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synonyms for clunk

  • clomp
  • clop
  • plod
  • pound
  • stomp
  • thud
  • thump
  • clonk
  • tromp
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How to use clunk in a sentence

I feed it coins and watch the spring coil back,the clunk of a vacuum-packed, foil-wrappeddream dropping into the tray.
FIVE POEMS ABOUT THE MINDCYNTHIA MILLER, PAULA BOHINCE, ANTHONY ANAXAGOROU, TISHANI DOSHI, ZEINA HASHEM BECKAUGUST 25, 2021MIT TECHNOLOGY REVIEW
As to the word clunk, it is in use throughout Cornwall in the sense of "to swallow," and is undoubtedly Celtic.
NOTES AND QUERIES, NUMBER 218, DECEMBER 31, 1853VARIOUS
It had in it the jingle of saber chains, the creak of sweaty saddle-girths, the nimble clunk of hurrying hoofs.
BACK HOMEIRVIN S. COBB
But three minutes later he had dropped down to earth with a heavy clunk.
DEAD GIVEAWAYGORDON RANDALL GARRETT
And immediately afterward the clungk, clunk—clungk, clunk of mighty hoofs coming down the passage toward us.
CARNACKI, THE GHOST FINDERWILLIAM HOPE HODGSON
And suddenly the clungk, clunk—clungk, clunk recommenced and passed onward down the passage.
CARNACKI, THE GHOST FINDERWILLIAM HOPE HODGSON
He drummed his fingers on top of the machine for a moment and then it stopped chunking and something inside it went clunk.
MAKERSCORY DOCTOROW
At the touch of a button, the door swung shut with an authoritative clunk and shutters slid down over the window.
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For forty year we've bin tould that war was wrong; and now to be tould it be our duty—well, you see, we ca'ant clunk it.
THE PASSION FOR LIFEJOSEPH HOCKING
Clunk, klungk, n. the sound of a liquid coming out of a bottle when the cork has been quickly drawn.
CHAMBERS'S TWENTIETH CENTURY DICTIONARY (PART 1 OF 4: A-D)VARIOUS
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WORDS RELATED TO CLUNK

  • clonk
  • clop
  • clunk
  • plod
  • pound
  • stomp
  • thud
  • thump
  • tromp
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