The oxen low as they depart; all the woodland is filled with their complaint as they clamorously quit the hills.
He that is loudly praised will be clamorously censured.Johnson.
Mrs Maple clamorously ordered them to shut the parlour door.
But Nelly held to her own opinion, and clamorously maintained it.
High over their heads the big bell once more gave tongue—loudly, clamorously, insistently.
They were clamorously back of the Junkers in their demands for war.
What is it if a rude voice accost, or the right of the road be clamorously contended?
He was clamorously refused, and in indignation flung off the insignia of his office.
The gong sounded again, clamorously, it seemed imploringly: dinner was growing cold.
When his removal was clamorously demanded by popular voice, his chief closed his ears and moved on unheeding—grave—defiant!