Certainly the clappers were brawling in the tower and had come to blows.
The bells were all alike, except that from two of them I had removed the clappers.
The wires of the bells were distinctly moved, not only the bells and the clappers.
"In Burma, there are no clappers to the bells," he said to himself.
The rattan cord attached to the clappers is fastened to a small raft which is then set afloat in the pool.
In these bridges the huge "clappers" or blocks of granite lie absolutely unmorticed.
Two small knobs of brass, which serve as clappers, hang by silk strings, one between each two bells.
His lips turned blue, his eyes burned with fever, his teeth rattled like clappers, and his body shook as if he had the jim-jams.
These clappers were ingenious little contrivances, and from each hung a long and narrow white ribbon.
A bell is provided, struck by clappers moved by the roll of the vessel.