EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CLAMOROUS
They were not clamorous, but sweet, and they drowned her will, and drew her to themselves.
There was a clamorous crowd about the door––pushing, scuffling, shouting.
To him ran Orpheus, in clamorous anxiety to undo the evil he had wrought.
At such a moment then, called our ladies-legatees, clamorous for hush-money.
Amidst a peal of tongues, this clamorous procession retired.
It must, however, be allowed that they are not importunate, nor clamorous.
Bertha's transition from grief to joy was so clamorous that no one could answer.
All his nascent intellectual powers were alive and clamorous.
But it is not the noisy, clamorous, obtrusive life of the city.
But the largest crowd prefers, just now, not to do anything so clamorous.
c.1400, from Middle French clamoreux or directly from Medieval Latin clamorosus, from Latin clamor "a shout" (see clamor (n.)). Related: Clamorously; clamorousness.