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clamor
used in Atlas Shrugged

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Definition
loud noise and/or persistent demands — especially from human voice
  • But tomorrow they would clamor for a new directive from Wesley Mouch and a free housing project from Orren Boyle, while Boyle's girders collapsed upon their heads.
    2.4 Part 2 Chapter 4 — The Sanction of the Victim (65% in)
  • Wealth is a means of human life, and they clamor for wealth in imitation of living beings, to pretend to themselves that they desire to live.
    3.7 Part 3 Chapter 7 — "This is John Galt Speaking" (66% in)
  • When you clamor for public ownership of the means of production, you are clamoring for public ownership of the mind.
    3.7 Part 3 Chapter 7 — "This is John Galt Speaking" (70% in)
  • When you clamor for public ownership of the means of production, you are clamoring for public ownership of the mind.
    3.7 Part 3 Chapter 7 — "This is John Galt Speaking" (70% in)
  • Your system is a legal civil war, where men gang up on one another and struggle for possession of the law, which they use as a club over rivals, till another gang wrests it from their clutch and clubs them with it in their turn, all of them clamoring protestations of service to an unnamed public's unspecified good.
    3.7 Part 3 Chapter 7 — "This is John Galt Speaking" (94% in)

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