larum

[lar-uh m]
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Examples from the Web for larum

Historical Examples of larum

  • Do you wind me like a larum, only to rouse my own stilled soul for your diversion?

  • She had a striking clock, another watch, and a "larum that does not strike."

    The Old Furniture Book

    N. Hudson Moore

  • We sung, hooped, hallowd, jubilled—set the cennell of hounds all in a larum.

  • The spry rattle had run on in the same vein of mimicry but for some larum in the antechamber.

    Ulysses

    James Joyce

  • Page 60, sixth line from bottom, for S. Bonaventura read the dem Larum.

    Rambles in Rome

    S. Russell Forbes


British Dictionary definitions for larum

larum

noun
  1. an archaic word for alarm
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