- The outcry about the proposed changes to the design of the pound coin turned out to be a typical storm in a teacup.
- On the ship's deck, after the whoops and hollers, the butchering begins.
- A condition of noisy excitement and confusion;tumult.
- The slumbering multitude became animated, the tambourines sounded, songs and cries arose
- The citizens raised a clamor for reform.
- They are clamorous for better pay.
- The clamor did not subside so simply.
- The clamor of the traffic gave me a headache.
- The whole nation is clamoring, tumultuous, in upheaval
- Annixter had cursed him so vociferously and tersely that even Osterman was cowed
- a strident voice.Something clamorous is both vociferous and sustained
- I saw the ugly little landlord vociferating in his rooms
- The game was played in front of a vociferous crowd, with a packed press box and seven TV camera crews present.