The Collaborative International Dictionary
Clamation \Cla*ma"tion\, n. [LL. clamatio, fr. L. clamare to
The act of crying out.
--Sir T. Browne. [1913 Webster] ||
n. (context obsolete English) An exclamation; a crying-out or call.
Usage examples of "clamation".
Burton looked upon it he stepped back with an exclamation of surprise.
His low, startled exclamation was distinctly audible in the comparative stillness, and the gun slid from his fingers as they relaxed weakly.
But their iterated clamations to excitate their dying or dead friends, or revoke them unto life again, was a vanity of affection.