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How to use clonk in a sentence

The music has died away, only a solemn clonk-clonkclonk-clonk reverberates through this narrow, Norman-arched catacomb.
AN OCEAN TRAMPWILLIAM MCFEE
SYNONYM OF THE DAY
OCTOBER 26, 1985
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WORDS RELATED TO CLONK

  • bangs
  • beats
  • blows
  • clonks
  • clouts
  • clumps
  • clunks
  • falls
  • flutters
  • hammers
  • hits
  • knocks
  • plops
  • pokes
  • poundings
  • pounds
  • pulses
  • raps
  • slaps
  • smacks
  • strikes
  • throbs
  • thumps
  • thwacks
  • tunks
  • wallops
  • whacks
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