Fists often pounded on the bar, causing the glasses to clink.
Surely the clink of the iron shoe of a horse on a stone in the road!
He heard them even before he had left his bunk—the clink, creak, creak!
We find him living on the Bankside and in the Liberty of the Clink at least as early as 1577.
The fact that he was for a time "committed to the Clink" failed to deter him.
I'll give you a report that'll keep 'em from slammin' you in clink for bein' drunk.
She had forgot, that, as fools think, The bell is ever sure to clink.
Straightway there was silence; tongues ceased to wag, tankards to clink.
There followed a clink of glasses, and some of the wine was spilt.
Soon she heard the creak of the door, gliding steps, and the clink of spurs.