Conclamation

Con`cla·ma'tion noun [ Latin conclamatio .] An outcry or shout of many together. [ R.] « Before his funeral conclamation . May (Lucan). »
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Conclamation

• (n.) An outcry or shout of many together.
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conclamation

conclamation 1. A loud calling out of many together; especially, of loud lamentation for the dead. 2. A shout of approval or disapproval.
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