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We heard the note of a dull war drum beating the clacking of their rattles and the shrill notes of their war whistles.
THE WAY OF A MANEMERSON HOUGH
There would be clacking tongues in many a Parisian salon, and white faces in some, when news should come of his escape.
And these speak an outland speech, clacking in their throats, hissing their s's, and laughing 'Ho!
JOAN OF THE SWORD HANDS(AMUEL) R(UTHERFORD) CROCKETT
I halted behind a waste-barrel by the iron fence and forgot the soughing pines and clacking guineas.
ROOF AND MEADOWDALLAS LORE SHARP
This clacking and snivelling is enough to kill a well man, let alone one lying on the edge of his grave.
HANS BRINKERMARY MAPES DODGE
From the illuminated lodge in the center of the camp, the thumping of the drum and the clacking of rattles went on tirelessly.
SOUTH FROM HUDSON BAYE. C. [ETHEL CLAIRE] BRILL
The gallery ran round and round about him like a clacking wheel.
THE BLACK DOUGLASS. R. CROCKETT
It was not exactly a cackling voice, nor a clacking voice, nor a guttural voice, but something compounded of all three.
CRIPPS, THE CARRIERR. D. (RICHARD DODDRIDGE) BLACKMORE
Two little boys in black blouses came running up the street, their sabots clacking against the rough cobbles.
THE HALOBETTINA VON HUTTEN
Look at Elina—she don't laugh, and she don't keep her tongue clacking; so she gets ahead with her skirt.

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judderverb (used without object) | [juhd-er ]SEE DEFINITION