Up there in the black solitude, amid the lightning flashes and the thunderclaps, I was a part of the storm.
The earth shakes with the roar of gigantic guns and the thunderclaps of bursting shells.
This was more comforting; nevertheless Mary Lee's fears increased in proportion to the loudness of the thunderclaps.
Jupiter tonans must be a myth indeed to a people who know nothing of thunderclaps or wet days.
In thunderclaps of dumb ecstasy he saw her whole gigantic fabric, leaning and clamouring upward with terrible yearning.
I turned quite sick; but I had no time for thought, the thunderclaps came so thick upon me.
I told them of the thunderclaps that had been heard at the spot in the field and that had made me curious.
So when these thunderclaps began to be heard in the part of Paris in which I lived, I did not fear them so much as my neighbors.
High velocities fell in some of the streets, shrapnel-shells whined overhead and burst like thunderclaps.
In Contalmaison, round a chateau which stood high above ruined houses, shells were bursting with thunderclaps, our shells.