clattered[ klat-er ]SEE DEFINITION OF clattered
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CLATTERED
Shandy gave the bridle a swing, and it clattered to the floor from its peg.
It clattered unheeded to the floor as the bantam dived for Hilary and Joan.
His electric lamp fell from his hand, and clattered to the floor.
They thundered on the planks of the drawbridge and clattered on the stones of the courtyard.
James clattered into the empty sitting-room and stared about him.
In her broken-down green wedgies she clattered toward the door.
Stroeve, glad to make himself useful, clattered down the stairs.
With this, he unhooked his nag from the wall, and clattered off to the "Packhorse."
The whole rumbled and clattered by, then turned into Ninth Street.
After it clattered Dick and Tom, still a hundred feet in the rear.