Synonym: blatant, clamant, strident, vociferous. Similar words: glamorous, amorous, clamor, humorous, timorous, clamour, odorous, amorphous. Meaning: ['klæmərəs] adj. conspicuously and offensively loud; given to vehement outcry.
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1) The large square was crowded, dusty and clamorous and full of diesel fumes and the smell of fried onions.
2) But they were active, and clamorous, and in subtle and not so subtle ways they corrupted the intellectual atmosphere.
3) No huge , clamorous clan wedding for me.
4) The waterfall seemed unusually clamorous too.
5) The meeting began to become clamorous.
6) They are clamorous for better pay.
7) Pro 9:13 A foolish woman is clamorous : she is simple ,[http://sentencedict.com/clamorous.html] and knoweth nothing.
8) The clamorous hunger in his belly seemed to justify him.
9) It has boisterous go - go bars, clamorous discos and tumultuous nightclubs.
10) A foolish woman is clamorous : she is simple , and knoweth nothing.
11) From behind the curtain the tuning-up sounds, trumpet runs, and flute trills, were becoming more clamorous.
12) Some patients behave obstacle of spirit of appearance of the disease that it is hysteria, the happy to dance when fit, cry laugh fugacious , catch hair beat a bosom, call out is clamorous.
13) The silent night has the beauty of the mother and the clamorous day of the child.
14) The silent night has the beauty of the mother and the clamorous day of child.
15) This is an amusement park on the edge of the city, hemmed in between an odoriferous river and a clamorous overhead expressway.
16) The silent night has the beauty of the mother and the clamorous day of the chil.
More similar words: glamorous, amorous, clamor, humorous, timorous, clamour, odorous, amorphous, vigorous, herbivorous, omnivorous, malodorous, carnivorous, morose, enamored, borough, declamatory, acclamation, thorough, factor out, thoroughly, famous, rouse, arouse, onerous, fibrous, rousing, numerous, rousseau, generous.