clanged[ klang ]SEE DEFINITION OF clanged
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CLANGED
In his agitation he gave such a tug at the bell that it clanged like a fire-alarm.
Kershaw charged furiously; the two lines clashed and clanged.
The captain nodded, closed his pilot-house window, and clanged his bell.
At that moment twelve o'clock clanged from the town, and Otto started up.
Then the big bell had clanged, and all had been silent again.
We were none too soon: the bars behind us clanged into their places.
The disk rang against the stone wall, then clanged to the floor.
The knife, executing the arc of a circle, clanged to the ground some distance away.
Down the stairs they rushed, while the bell clanged and clanged overhead.
Whilst over all clanged the bells from every belfry in the city.