clanging[ klang-ing ]SEE DEFINITION OF clanging
Synonyms for clanging
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CLANGING
From below came the clanging of Gaskin's gong announcing dinner.
There came a clanging of grapnels on the rail over the crouching defenders.
Overhead a bell was clanging by his orders, summoning the chapter.
She heard Harry Hagberd say, "Hallo, dad," then a clanging clatter.
She heard above her the clanging at the door of dream as she went with the Older Brother.
He slept soundly and was only awakened by the clanging of bells and the blowing of whistles.
The monster smoked on; and the clanging din about maddened all the air.
I listened to the piercing voice of her and the roar and the clanging of bells.
There was blazing of forges and clanging of anvils all through the land.
I wish that I might sometimes hear the good, clanging music of weapons at play.