Third-person singular simple present indicative form of clamour.(verb)
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Use "clamours" in a sentence
"One Sampson had, when in exile, made the life of Peter Martyr a burden to him by his "clamours," doubts, and restless dissatisfaction."
"Prohibit the direct election of Senators — this we know for obvious reasons, but generally to re-state: it would tie Senators to their state needs, separating them from the clamours of the populace who would eagerly vote to steal from 49% of the populace."
"In January Dinwiddie had reported “great clamours” in Williamsburg about the excessive numbers of officers in the regiment, compared to the few men to command."