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Definition of "clamouring" [clamouring]

  • Present participle of clamour. (verb)
  • A sound that clamours. (noun)

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Use "clamouring" in a sentence
  • "It intimates also that they were unanimous, they stood by one another, and resolved to hold together; and that they were intent upon the prosecution, and eager in clamouring against Paul."
  • "I can recall the clamouring throng who pressed round for the final omelette as Mertz officiated at the stove just before we left on the 10th."
  • "On the expired drugs, Mamase said many hospitals and clinics had been "clamouring" for essential drugs after running out."