Outside parliament, anyone who challenged the clamour for partition was devoured by the mobs.
The rooks come back to us again across the fields, and clamour among the empty nests, which were their homes in spring.
The occasion of publishing these Imitations was the clamour raised on some of my Epistles.
All these arguments were trumpeted by the malcontents, so that the whole kingdom echoed with the clamour of disaffection.
The clamour of voices from that quarter was prodigious, but there were no shots.
"Give me your arm, Big Abel," he said, speaking in a loud voice that he might be heard above the clamour.
There was some clamour and laughter, and Aimée started, as at a voice from the grave.
Harran hurried out into the dining-room and there met Presley and his father, who had been aroused as well by Annixter's clamour.
So shrill was his clamour that no one heard the approach of the Empress.
No sooner was the fte over, than a clamour arose as to the disposal of the profit.