Examples from the Web for clamorously
The gong sounded again, clamorously, it seemed imploringly: dinner was growing cold.Crome Yellow|Aldous Huxley
A thousand plans were formed, and clamorously insisted upon by their respective advocates, for averting the danger.History of Julius Caesar|Jacob Abbott
The aspect of the chicken, in its blistered and varnished brown skin, reminded me that I was clamorously hungry.
Repressive laws, and a stronger form of government, which should bridle the fierce democracy, were clamorously demanded.
They reached the room in which they had dined, and were clamorously welcomed by Miss Oldbuck.The Antiquary, Complete|Sir Walter Scott
Word Origin and History for clamorously
c.1400, from Middle French clamoreux or directly from Medieval Latin clamorosus, from Latin clamor "a shout" (see clamor (n.)). Related: Clamorously; clamorousness.