It had clamoured for a common currency, common weights and measures, common code of terms, and a hundred and one kindred things.
They clamoured for the one man who would fulfil every ideal of Cæsarship and of might.
Mr. Bankes withdrew his motion, and Mr. Urquhart was clamoured down in a subsequent attempt to address the house upon the subject.
To be clamoured at for repairs studied for, rather than really wanted?
The duke of Hamilton was at the head of this party which clamoured loudly for a new parliament.
Each of these three had clamoured that Andre-Louis Moreau should be one of its delegates.
Most reluctantly, Titus gave the permission they clamoured for, and allowed his troops to set fire to the gate.
"The end—this thing has no end," he clamoured, unexpectedly.
They crowded about her, filling the air with shouts of triumph; they clamoured to be led at once against the grim frowning walls.
And her breast, her very hands, clamoured for the lovely flare of sunset.