clamorously

All Adverb
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  • They saw him clamorously fight his way in towards a post at the roulette-table. Cited from The Spoilers, by Rex Beach
  • Now the wind was driving the sound clamorously across the town. Cited from The Just and the Unjust, by Vaughan Kester
  • But scarcely was he in his prison when a large body of members clamorously demanded a more important victim. Cited from History of England, James II V. 4, Macaulay
  • The old town beyond the distant river, his heart told him clamorously, held the object in all the world to him most dear. Cited from The House Behind The Cedars, Charles W. Chesnutt
  • Then the three men climbed up and were received clamorously. Cited from The Cruise of the Dry Dock, by T. S. Stribling
  • As they entered the lodge the eight sisters clamorously addressed him. Cited from The Myth of Hiawatha, and Other Oral Legends, by Henry R. Schoolcraft
  • All that evening and far into the night twelve cats fought clamorously round the house of the Dangerfields. Cited from The Terrible Twins, by Edgar Jepson
  • And to a man she advanced, bleating clamorously, until he followed her and rescued her beloved. Cited from Autobiographic Sketches, by Thomas de Quincey
  • This trait came out somewhat clamorously after the battle of Bull Run. Cited from The Life of Abraham Lincoln, by Henry Ketcham
  • He did not think of the impression made on the voting powers, but on one small girl who clamorously impeded all his thoughts. Cited from The Half-Hearted, by John Buchan
  • "Open, in the name of the Duke!" cried, clamorously, many fierce voices without. Cited from Red Axe, by Samuel Rutherford Crockett
  • On the arrival of a party of visitors, the people of each room clamorously invite the guests to sit down before their chamber. Cited from The Pagan Tribes of Borneo, by Hose & McDougall
  • The impatient juveniles, however, will not wait, and clamorously demand their treat before they go to bed. Cited from Barchester Towers, by Anthony Trollope
  • They were clamorously back of the Junkers in their demands for war. Cited from The World War and What was Behind It, by Louis P. Benezet
  • He was clamorously refused, and in indignation flung off the insignia of his office. Cited from The History of Napoleon Buonaparte, by John Gibson Lockhart
  • After that time they began to listen to the voice of humanity, and adopted the very expedient which they had so clamorously condemned. Cited from The History of England, by John Lingard and Hilaire Belloc, Vol. 8
  • In my former experience of him, he had talked his way out of all his other troubles -- he had clamorously demanded the expression of my sympathy with him. Cited from Poor Miss Finch, by Wilkie Collins
  • But Drewett clamorously protested against our doing anything of the sort. Cited from Afloat And Ashore, by James Fenimore Cooper
  • Does this give us reason clamorously to condemn Ugolino and the pope? Cited from Life of St. Francis of Assisi, by Paul Sabatier
  • They rushed clamorously into the presence of the Lioness and demanded of her the settlement of the dispute. Cited from Aesop's Fables
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