Thesaurus / clanging

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As for Mazie, she was thrilled to the tips of her fingers by this place of ticking instruments, clanging gongs and leaping light.

The FirebugRoy J. Snell

As the shadows darkened like spilt ink, their clanging notes came down to the lonely drake.

Wild FolkSamuel Scoville

A clanging gate opened rebelliously to the paved way which led unto the wide balustraded steps.

TrusiaDavis Brinton

The crews of repairmen were working down in the hull, and the Swiftwing was a hell of clanging noise and shuddering heat.

The Colors of SpaceMarion Zimmer Bradley

Already the chase had commenced with loud huzzas and hurrahs, and the clanging horns of the hunters and the baying of the dogs.

Fairy Tales From all NationsAnthony R. Montalba

His heart was beating loudly, his pulses all clanging in his ears like a steam-engine.

This was immediately followed by a slipping of bolts and a clanging of iron bars, and then the big gates swung inward.

Mlle. FouchetteCharles Theodore Murray

The gantry platform was just clanging to the ground, unloading three technicians and a Four-bar Electronics Engineer.

Star SurgeonAlan Nourse

At eight o'clock bands parade the principal streets, and their music is succeeded by clanging bells and crashing rockets.

Wild birds were they, strong of talon, clanging of wing, and clamorous of gullet.

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