Synonyms of clamour in English:

clamour


See UK English definition of clamour

noun

1‘her cold, crisp voice rose above the clamour’

SYNONYMS
din, racket, loud noise, uproar, tumult, babel, shouting, yelling, screaming, baying, roaring, blaring, clangour
commotion, brouhaha, hue and cry, hubbub, bedlam, pandemonium
Scottish, Northern English stramash
informal hullabaloo, rumpus
British informal row
rare vociferation, ululation, charivari
ANTONYMS

silence

2‘the growing clamour for her resignation’

SYNONYMS
demand, demands, call, calls, urging, insistence

3‘a smaller trade deficit will still the clamour of protectionists’

SYNONYMS
protests, storms of protest, complaints, outcry

verb

1‘the surging crowds clamoured for attention’

SYNONYMS
yell, shout loudly, bay, scream, shriek, roar

2‘scientists are clamouring for a ban on all chlorine substances’

SYNONYMS
demand, call, bay
press, push, lobby