clarion[ klar-ee-uh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF clarion
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CLARION
Arms and the clarion for the battle, but the song of thanksgiving to the victory!
And o'er the farms, "O chanticleer, Your clarion blow; the day is near."
It appeared in the "Clarion" years after Joel was a success in wool.
When they get a newspaper at Cape Prince of Wales what a clarion it will be!
The footman drew from his breast-pocket the copy of the Clarion.
Seizing the instrument, he clapped it to his lips, and blew a clarion call.
Cranston's voice rings like the bugler's clarion mingling in the order "Charge!"
He pressed the bell then and heard its clarion sound inside the house.
The grave question rang like a clarion call in Marjorie's soul.
The "Clarion," for that was to be its name, was to have nothing "old fogy" about it.