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Clamorous vs. Vociferous

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Clamorousadjective

Of or pertaining to clamor.

Vociferousadjective

Making or characterized by a noisy outcry; clamorous.

Clamorousadjective

(of sounds) Of great intensity.

‘a clamorous fire alarm’;

Vociferousadjective

Making a loud outcry; clamorous; noisy; as, vociferous heralds.

Clamorousadjective

(of people, animals or things) Creating a loud noise.

‘clamorous trumpets’;

Vociferousadjective

conspicuously and offensively loud; given to vehement outcry;

‘blatant radios’; ‘a clamorous uproar’; ‘strident demands’; ‘a vociferous mob’;

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Clamorousadjective

(of emotions or feelings) Expressed loudly.

Vociferousadjective

expressing or characterized by vehement opinions; loud and forceful

‘he was a vociferous opponent of the takeover’;

Clamorousadjective

(of times, places, events or activities) Filled with or accompanied by a great deal of noise.

‘a clamorous market’;

Clamorousadjective

(of people or speech) Insistently expressing a desire for something.

Clamorousadjective

Having especially (and often unpleasantly) bright or contrasting colours or patterns.

Clamorousadjective

Speaking and repeating loud words; full of clamor; calling or demanding loudly or urgently; vociferous; noisy; bawling; loud; turbulent.

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Clamorousadjective

conspicuously and offensively loud; given to vehement outcry;

‘blatant radios’; ‘a clamorous uproar’; ‘strident demands’; ‘a vociferous mob’;

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