Pronunciation: (klam'ur),[key] —n. 1. a loud uproar, as from a crowd of people: the clamor of the crowd at the gates. 2. a vehement expression of desire or dissatisfaction: the clamor of the proponents of the law. 3. popular outcry: The senators could not ignore the clamor against higher taxation. 4. any loud and continued noise: the clamor of traffic; the clamor of birds and animals in the zoo.
—v.i. to make a clamor; raise an outcry.
—v.t. 1. to drive, force, influence, etc., by clamoring: The newspapers clamored him out of office. 2. to utter noisily: They clamored their demands at the meeting.Also,esp. Brit.,clam'our.
Pronunciation: (klam'ur),[key] —v.t.Obs. to silence.