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Thesaurus / clamant

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And then high up in the firmamental darkness we heard the clamant cries of some great, passing birds.
There was instant and clamant disapproval, each one of us urging an unquestionable claim to the guardianship of the orphan Menace.
Among their clamant red and yellow laurel and rhododendron showed glossy green, and added to the gay tapestry.
The need of such an institution has long been clamant, and the visit of the Ukrainian choir has brought matters to a crisis.
He returned it to His people, a more clamant conscience than ever, and He also gave them grace to fulfil its demands.
THE EXPOSITOR'S BIBLEGEORGE ADAM SMITH
I am simply an enquirer, trying to arrive at the truth regarding this clamant social problem.
THE FERTILITY OF THE UNFITWILLIAM ALLAN CHAPPLE
Hanging out of the other window he beheld the clamant Baron urging the guard with frenzied entreaty.
COUNT BUNKERJ. STORER CLOUSTON
Yet the Conservative Opposition, led by Mr. Disraeli, made no attempt to resist it; the case for legislation was too clamant.
SIXTY YEARS A QUEENSIR HERBERT MAXWELL
When, at last, he was unanswered by the peacocks in the cypress alley, his clamant voice no longer tore the silence.
GREEN FIREFIONA MACLEOD
We pressed through the clamant multitude until we had reached the middle of the square.
THE STROLLING SAINTRAPHAEL SABATINI

WORDS RELATED TO CLAMANT

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Parnassianadjective | [pahr-nas-ee-uhn ]SEE DEFINITION
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