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A.Word.A.Daywith Anu Garg
2. Demanding attention; urgent.
From Latin clamare (to cry out). Earliest documented use: 1639.
“Hanging out of the other window, he beheld the clamant Baron urging the guard with frenzied entreaty.”
J. Storer Clouston; Count Bunker; Blackwood; 1906.
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