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Definition of clamor noun from the Oxford Advanced American Dictionary



    (clamour) noun
    [singular, uncountable] (formal)
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  1. 1a loud noise, especially one that is made by a lot of people or animals the clamor of the market the incessant clamor of monkeys and birds
  2. 2clamor (for something) a demand for something made by a lot of people The clamor for her resignation grew louder.
  3. NAmE//ˈklæmərəs//

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