clamour clamour


  1. (n) loud and persistent outcry from many people
  2. (v) utter or proclaim insistently and noisily
  3. (v) make loud demands


  • Publicis Omnicom Group - Rumour into reality

    Rumours of the merger between Publicis and Omnicom grew throughout the day yesterday as the media press got wind of the deal taking place in Paris. With the rumours grew a clamour for information – Oliver Orchard, Senior Client Manager at international media auditing and management consultancy EMM shares his thoughts on what this means for the industry. (PRWeb July 30, 2013) Read the full story ...
    on July 31, 2013     Source: PRWeb


  1. In The Abolition of Man, CS Lewis described our current predicament well: "And all the time - such is the great tragi-comedy of our situation - we continue to clamour for those very qualities we are rendering impossible......In a sort of ghastly...
    on Jul 28, 2008 By: CS Lewis Source: Exile Street

  2. "We hope from this moment on that the loud national and international clamour for Ingrid Betancourt's liberation can lead us in the fastest way possible to her freedom," Restrepo said following a meeting with President Alvaro Uribe.
    on Mar 27, 2006 By: Luis Carlos Restrepo Source: 940 News

  3. Eriksson, now the Manchester City manager, said: "I can understand the clamour for Mourinho. He is colourful and the media love him, so of course I can understand it. He has also been very successful, but to be the England manager you must win every...
    on Nov 29, 2007 By: Sven-Goran Eriksson Source:

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