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    Usa "clamor" in una frase

    clamor frasi di esempio

    clamor


    clamoring


    clamored


    clamors


    1. Sooner or later, women will clamor to have a voice in the deliberations and some of the men will cave in to it


    2. Strange and exotic birds strutted down the pathways or perched within the branches, filling the trio's ears with a clamor of melodies


    3. The pans started to clamor again


    4. Through the din and clamor, Senta smiled


    5. stage to the awaiting clamor of the after party


    6. “Mmm hmm,” he mumbled over top of the clamor of roused up chickens


    7. I tossed the bowl into the sink with a clink and a clamor, and then, ran into my brother’s room to grab as many pairs of jeans as I figured that I could squeeze into


    8. Not only was there constant jolting, swaying and vibrating, with an associated clamor, but in many places there was only a single set of rails, so that they were literally side-tracked for hours at a time, to permit those in charge of the Polish railway, for reasons of their own, to hold the main line open


    9. James’ gun went off with a clamor, but Ethan was already pushing the gun away with one hand and aiming for his neck with the other


    10. Not with Will and Christina standing a foot away from me—staring with open mouths, probably because I just kissed Tobias—and the clamor of the Dauntless surrounding us


















































































    1. All his instincts were clamoring for action; but he held back, unsure if she were feeling the same


    2. A real honor because he has millions of visitors from all over the world clamoring for his attention


    3. The clamoring hens gave warning, stirring up a fury of ruckus


    4. I should be clamoring to go home


    5. There was no shelling, no gunfire, no sound of engines revving up and armor clamoring by


    6. In the clamoring world of PC enforcers “sensitivity” to “minority rights” is required in a manner that journalist William McGowan in his book Coloring the News shows to be selective at best


    7. Jesse couldn’t help but notice how happy Olivia looked as she played with children clamoring for her attention


    8. Jesse couldn’t help but notice how happy Olivia looked as she played with children clamoring for her attention


    9. Lilliputians; and very soon they were to clamoring to


    10. And it was not until long after nightfall that the clamoring multitude could be dispersed














































    1. Minutes later, we clamored into the buckboard and, after


    2. Outside, a throng clamored for attention


    3. I spent a long time thinking about it; it crowded my thoughts every night before I slept and clamored for attention every time I woke


    4. Outside, fans clamored at the gates for a glimpse of the new idol


    5. They clamored to see Jesus


    6. 'But the Kshatriyas!' clamored the men in the semicircle


    7. Yasmina cowered in a corner, staring in horror as the two men fought back and forth across the room, almost trampling her at times; the flash and clangor of their blades filled the room, and outside the mob clamored like a wolf-pack, hacking deafeningly at the bronze door with their long knives, and dashing huge rocks against it


    8. 'The money!' clamored the hill-girl, stretching out her hands eagerly


    9. While they worked, trumpets clamored outside, arms clanged, and across the river rose a deep-throated roar as squadron after squadron swung into place


    10. When Joseph presented Pilate's order for the Master's body to the centurion, the Jews raised a tumult and clamored for its possession



























    1. In the multitude which now clamors for the Master's death are to be found only his sworn enemies and the easily led and unthinking populace


    2. But no sooner does he turn his eyes toward the great tribunal of God than he clamors it is out of all proportion and an audacious rebellion against the sense of love, when viewed as a matter justice


    3. But no sooner does he turn his eyes toward the great tribunal of God than he clamors it is out of all proportion and an audacious rebellion against the sense of love, when viewed as a matter justice


    4. But no sooner does he turn his eyes toward the great tribunal of God than he clamors it is out of all proportion and an audacious rebellion against the sense of love, when viewed as a matter justice


    5. These clamors wild to a race of pride I give


    6. They resembled shots and the clamors of a multitude


    7. From the Boulevard Bourdon to the bridge of Austerlitz one of those clamors which resemble billows stirred the multitude


    8. First come clamors, the shops are closed, the displays of the merchants disappear; then come isolated shots; people flee; blows from gun-stocks beat against portes cocheres, servants can be heard laughing in the courtyards of houses and saying: "There's going to be a row!"


    9. That question you have not answered, and it is your great grief, for it clamors for an answer


    10. They then all embraced him in turns, and Imre left them, amidst clamors of the little ones, and proceeded to his grandmother's apartments







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    clamor in English

    bedlam lament furore furor <i>[US]</i> outcry commotion shouting remonstrance vociferation discord exclamation complaint uproar racket din hubbub hullabaloo hue and cry tumult disorder roar yell cry out bellow howl shout scream exclaim demand complain brawl remonstrate protest importune press for struggle

    Sinonimi per "clamor"

    clamor clamoring clamour clamouring hue and cry blare blaring cacophony din bedlam lament furore furor <i>[US]</i> outcry commotion shouting remonstrance vociferation discord exclamation complaint uproar racket hubbub hullabaloo tumult disorder roar yell cry out bellow howl shout scream exclaim demand complain brawl remonstrate protest importune press for struggle