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clamor
used in Main Street

5 uses
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Definition
loud noise and/or persistent demands — especially from human voice
  • One of the men was clamoring at Kennicott, "I brought my machine down to take you home, doc."
    Chapter 3 (77% in)
  • She withdrew from the clamor into a worship of incomprehensible gods.
    Chapter 17 (7% in)
  • "What's this wild-eyed sale of summer caps you think you're trying to pull off?" he clamored at Harry Haydock.
    Chapter 17 (18% in)
  • In the Minneapolis station the crowd of lumberjacks, farmers, and Swedish families with innumerous children and grandparents and paper parcels, their foggy crowding and their clamor confused her.
    Chapter 17 (45% in)
  • He clamored, "Presume!
    Chapter 33 (76% in)

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