clamor, clamour (n.)
protest, complaint, outcry
KL I.i.165 [Kent to Lear] whilst I can vent clamour from my throat
KL IV.iii.31 [Gentleman to disguised Kent, of Cordelia] she ... clamour moistened [i.e. with her tears]
KL V.iii.206 [Edgar to Albany] Whilst I was big in clamour

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