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clamor
used in Moby Dick

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Definition
loud noise and/or persistent demands — especially from human voice
  • And here, shipmates, is true and faithful repentance; not clamorous for pardon, but grateful for punishment.
    Chapters 7-9 -- The Chapel; The Pulpit; The Sermon (83% in)
  • Just after dark that day, when one watch had retired below, a clamor was heard in the forecastle; and the two trembling traitors running up, besieged the cabin door, saying they durst not consort with the crew.
    Chapters 52-54 -- The Albatross; The Gam; The Town-Ho's Story (79% in)

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