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clamor
used in 1776

2 uses
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Definition
loud noise and/or persistent demands — especially from human voice
  • Recalling their youth, one of his brothers would describe Nathanael during lulls in the clamor of the foundry, seated near the great trip-hammer, a leather-bound volume of Euclid in hand, calmly studying.
    p. 22.1
  • WINTER IN AMERICA was a trial British soldiers could never get used to, any more than they could adjust to the incessant clamor of frogs on spring nights or American mosquitoes or the absence of decent beer.
    p. 72.7

There are no more uses of "clamor" in 1776.

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