noun loud and persistent outcry from many people
clamor; clamour; clamoring; clamouring.
he ignored the clamor of the crowd
(Law), a loud outcry with which felons were anciently pursued, and which all who heard it were obliged to take up, joining in the pursuit till the malefactor was taken; in later usage, a written proclamation issued on the escape of a felon from prison, requiring all persons to aid in retaking him.
adjective satellite having the color of ripe oranges
adjective satellite having a pale color