clatter

[ klat-er ]SEE DEFINITION OF clatter

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CLATTER

He threw the helmet with a clatter on to the table as if it had been the knave's canting head.

He entered in the clatter of the shop bell with an air of sombre and vexed exhaustion.

The clatter of crockery did not cease in the adjoining room.

There was a clatter and rattle of speeding hoofs, which rapidly died out.

The clatter of hoofs was growing louder with each passing second.

"We would have heard the clatter of his motor if he had," returned Rob.

With them he fences heroically and causes a sufficiency of clatter and noise.

And let me tell you that the spoons in the plates made a clatter.

This place resounded with cries, songs, and the clatter of plates and dishes.

And now stop your clatter and go to sleep; I'm tired of hearing you cackle.

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