Definition of clamor verb from the Oxford Advanced American Dictionary

clamor

verb (Canadian English also clamour)
/ˈklæmər/
 
 
1 [intransitive, transitive] to demand something loudly clamor (for something)People began to clamor for his resignation. clamor to do somethingEveryone was clamoring to know how much they would get. + speech“Play with us!” the children clamored.2 [intransitive] (of many people) to shout loudly, especially in a confused wayA crowd of reporters clamored around the car.
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