clamorousness

  • 21din — n Din, uproar, pandemonium, hullabaloo, babel, hubbub, clamor, racket mean a disturbing or confusing welter of sounds or a scene or situation marked by such a welter of sounds. Din emphasizes the distress suffered by the ears and the completely… …

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  • 22exigency — n 1. urgency, exigence, need, needfulness; imperativeness, imperative, importunity, impor tunateness, solicitousness, clamorousness; insistence, instance, pertinacity, pertinaciousness, pressure. 2. exigencies demands, needs, wants, requirements …

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  • 23clamorous — /ˈklæmərəs/ (say klamuhruhs) adjective 1. full of, marked by, or of the nature of clamour; vociferous; noisy. 2. vigorous in demands or complaints. –clamorously, adverb –clamorousness, noun …

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  • 24clamorous — [klam′ərəs] adj. [ME < ML clamorosus: see CLAMOR] 1. loud and confused; noisy 2. loudly demanding or complaining SYN. VOCIFEROUS clamorously adv. clamorousness n …

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  • 25clamour — n. & v. (US clamor) n. 1 loud or vehement shouting or noise. 2 a protest or complaint; an appeal or demand. v. 1 intr. make a clamour. 2 tr. utter with a clamour. Derivatives: clamorous adj. clamorously adv. clamorousness n. Etymology: ME f. OF f …

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