clamour for

phr verb
Clamour/clamor for is used with these nouns as the subject: ↑fan

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  • clamour — I n. 1) an insistent; loud; public clamour 2) a clamour against; for (a clamour against new taxes) II v. 1) (d; intr.) to clamour for (to clamour for justice) 2) (E) they were clamouring to see the senator * * * [ klæmə] loud public clamour for… …   Combinatory dictionary

  • clamour — I UK [ˈklæmə(r)] / US [ˈklæmər] noun [singular/uncountable] formal 1) an urgent request for something by a lot of people clamour for: There is a growing clamour for a ban on genetically modified foods. 2) a very loud noise made by a lot of people …   English dictionary

  • clamour — {{Roman}}I.{{/Roman}} (BrE) (AmE clamor) noun ADJECTIVE ▪ noisy ▪ growing ▪ public ▪ sudden VERB + CLAMOUR/CLAMOR …   Collocations dictionary

  • clamour — clam|our1 BrE clamor AmE [ˈklæmə US ər] n [singular, U] 1.) a very loud noise made by a large group of people or animals ▪ He shouted over the rising clamour of voices. 2.) the expression of feelings of anger and shock by a large number of people …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • clamour — [[t]klæ̱mə(r)[/t]] clamours, clamouring, clamoured (in AM, use clamor) 1) VERB If people are clamouring for something, they are demanding it in a noisy or angry way. [JOURNALISM] [V for n] ...competing parties clamouring for the attention of the… …   English dictionary

  • clamour — 1 BrE, clamor AmE noun (singular, uncountable) 1 a very loud noise, often made by a large group of people or animals: the clamor of factory machinery 2 strong feeling expressed loudly by a large group of people (+ for): the clamour for an all out …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • clamour — British English spelling of CLAMOR (Cf. clamor) (q.v.); for spelling, see OR (Cf. or). Related: Clamouring; clamourous …   Etymology dictionary

  • clamour — /ˈklæmə / (say klamuh) noun 1. a loud outcry. 2. a vehement expression of desire or dissatisfaction. 3. popular outcry. 4. any loud and continued noise. –verb (i) 5. to make a clamour; raise an outcry. –verb (t) 6. to drive, force, put, etc., by… …   Australian English dictionary

  • clamour — [ˈklæmə] noun [singular/U] I 1) an urgent request for something by a lot of people 2) a very loud noise made by a lot of people or things II verb [I] clamour [ˈklæmə] to say loudly that you must have something children clamouring for… …   Dictionary for writing and speaking English

  • clamour — clam·our || klæmÉ™ n. noise, commotion, uproar (alternate spelling for clamor) n. shout, yell; demand noisily, claim noisily …   English contemporary dictionary

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