Clamor and Tumult


Clamor noun - A violent shouting.
Usage example: a clamor arose from the crowd as the prisoner was brought forward

Tumult is a synonym for clamor in uproar topic. In some cases you can use "Tumult" instead a noun "Clamor", when it comes to topics like noise, loud cry, sounds.


Tumult noun - A state of noisy, confused activity.
Usage example: in the tumult of the evacuation from the coast, we accidentally left on the television, which was of course tuned to the local newscast breathlessly reporting on the hurricane we were fleeing

Clamor is a synonym for tumult in uproar topic. You can use "Clamor" instead a noun "Tumult", if it concerns topics such as sounds.

Nearby Word: tumultuous
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