clamour

All Noun Verb
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  • His heart began to clamour, as though it would force its way out of his body. Cited from The Gentleman, by Alfred Ollivant
  • They only are ever clamouring for justice who know it not in their lives. Cited from Wisdom And Destiny, by Maurice Maeterlinck
  • He had passed into the unknown land where the clamour of battle is no more heard. Cited from French and English, by Evelyn Everett-Green
  • You hear how they clamour at once for my death and your punishment. Cited from Tacitus: The Histories, Volumes I and II, by Caius Cornelius Tacitus
  • What is the good of all this clamouring for a change of government? Cited from Mr. Britling Sees It Through, by H. G. Wells
  • Far away I heard the storm wind and the clamour of the sea. Cited from A Tramp's Sketches, by Stephen Graham
  • She started up with a wild hope clamouring at her heart. Cited from The Bars of Iron, by Ethel May Dell
  • They clamoured about him then, afraid for him, afraid of what they should see. Cited from The Little Regiment, by Stephen Crane
  • Peter lay flat on his back and instantly his world was full of clamour. Cited from Fortitude, by Hugh Walpole
  • In despite of the Minister, voice after voice took up the clamour. Cited from True Tilda, by Arthur Thomas Quiller-Couch [AKA: "Q"]
  • There was nothing now but clamour from those on the opposite side of the question. Cited from Abolition of the African Slave Trade, Vol. II, by Thomas Clarkson
  • I knew, if I had clamoured, she would have made it three. Cited from The Red Planet, William J. Locke
  • Except in May they do not clamour for fire, and cannot dance in it. Cited from Modern Mythology, by Andrew Lang
  • But what should happen, just at this moment, to increase the clamour against us? Cited from Abolition of the African Slave Trade, Vol. II, by Thomas Clarkson
  • But his officers and men would have none of it and clamoured to be led against the enemy immediately.
  • There will be many new national and imperial problems clamouring to be faced. Cited from The War and Democracy, by Seton-Watson, Wilson, Zimmern and Greenwood
  • From this day began the clamour, which has continued till now. Cited from The Works of Samuel Johnson, Vol. 6, by Samuel Johnson
  • More than an hour passed in this clamour, and still the boats continued to crowd around. Cited from Fort Amity, by Arthur Thomas Quiller-Couch
  • Then I went to stay with some people near here who clamoured much for the pleasure of my company. Cited from Ideala, by Sarah Grand
  • They began to clamour for a new committee of public safety. Cited from The French Revolution, by R. M. Johnston
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