- 1 [intransitive, transitive] to demand something loudly clamor (for something) People began to clamor for his resignation. clamor to do something Everyone 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 way A crowd of reporters clamored around the car.
NAmE//ˈklæmər//Verb Forms present simple I / you / we / they clamor ()clamour he / she / it clamors ()clamours past simple clamored ()clamoured -ing form clamoring ()clamouring