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clamor
used in Unbroken by Hillenbrand

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Definition
loud noise and/or persistent demands — especially from human voice
  • As Pillsbury watched the clamor of colors, he thought of Christmas.
    p. 74.8
  • As Louie and Phil lay in their cells one day, they heard a commotion outside, the clamoring sounds of a mob.
    p. 185.9
  • The clamor died down.
    p. 250.5
  • But when Louie spoke of the war, Jordan sensed something rustling just behind his eyes, a clamoring emotion pent up in a small space.
    p. 338.1
  • So many groups would clamor to give him awards that he'd find it difficult to fit everyone in.
    p. 383.8

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