Origin of clamant
OTHER WORDS FROM clamantcla·mant·ly, adverb
Words nearby clamant
How to use clamant in a sentence
And then high up in the firmamental darkness we heard the clamant cries of some great, passing birds.Sixes and Sevens|O. Henry
There was instant and clamant disapproval, each one of us urging an unquestionable claim to the guardianship of the orphan Menace.
Among their clamant red and yellow laurel and rhododendron showed glossy green, and added to the gay tapestry.Judith of the Cumberlands|Alice MacGowan
The need of such an institution has long been clamant, and the visit of the Ukrainian choir has brought matters to a crisis.
He returned it to His people, a more clamant conscience than ever, and He also gave them grace to fulfil its demands.The Expositor's Bible|George Adam Smith