(1) When he had finished talking, there arose a great clamor of noise as everyone grabbed their belongings, and started to make their way out of the room and into the hall outside.(2) In the clamor of a battle, such noises and their exact location would be virtually impossible to distinguish even at close range.(3) The clamor of noise from the television interrupted my need for the serenity in the house.(4) Upon opening the door, the clatter of trays on silverware and the clamor of voices competing with one another washed over them.(5) Her murmured words were lost in the clamor of running feet.(6) There was music and the sound of chatter in the background, the clamor of a dinner party in progress.(7) He looked at it suspiciously, and as he grabbed for it, the thunder only began to clamor loudly, sending more rain to beat down on the mansion.(8) He barely even noticed the clamor of noise coming from Jennifer's room.(9) The ABC story notes the growing clamor for free and fair elections.(10) In fact, students clamor for the courses - admittedly, more loudly in some regions of the country than others.(11) Just as I got close to the bedroom door and was beginning to turn the knob, the clamor of footsteps came to my attention again.(12) Jonathan must himself have heard the growing clamor in the kitchen, for he hurried to finish.(13) Aurora responded, also yelling over the clamor .(14) the questions rose to a clamor(15) The loud clamor of metal against metal awoke him swiftly.(16) They were shouting and laughing, their voices rising above the clamor of the motor.
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