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clamour

1 noun
     
clam‧our1 British English ; clamor American English [singular, uncountable]
1 a very loud noise made by a large group of people or animals:
He shouted over the rising clamour of voices.
2 the expression of feelings of anger and shock by a large number of people - used especially in news reports
clamour for
Trouillot disregarded the growing public clamour for her resignation.
clamorous adjective

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