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clamour

2 verb
     
clamour2 British English ; clamor American English [intransitive]
1 [always + adverb/preposition] to demand something loudly
clamour for
The audience cheered, clamoring for more.
clamour to do something
All his friends were clamouring to know where he'd been.
2 to talk or shout loudly:
Children clamored excitedly.

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