Here followed an interval of clamorous prayer, accompanied by fearful groans.
They were not clamorous, but sweet, and they drowned her will, and drew her to themselves.
It must, however, be allowed that they are not importunate, nor clamorous.
There was a clamorous crowd about the door––pushing, scuffling, shouting.
A part of them were clamorous against my life, as they had constantly been.
Amidst a peal of tongues, this clamorous procession retired.
The troops, already discontented, were clamorous for pay and plunder.
All his nascent intellectual powers were alive and clamorous.
His mock applause was accompanied by a clamorous clapping of his hands.
But the largest crowd prefers, just now, not to do anything so clamorous.