from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. The anus.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One who clacks; that which clacks; especially, the clapper of a mill.
- n. A claqueur. See Claqueur.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who or that which clacks; the clack of a mill; the clapper.
- n. A rattle used to frighten birds. See clack, n., 5.
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We now have a "clacker," and if someone is dominating the discussion we jokingly use the clacker to remind her to behave.
And true to form, Mr. Salett returned from his walk-through with something to show Ms. Marrais: a jerry-rigged castanet clacker, acquired during a drop-in at producer Nick Stumpf's studio, The Love Boat.
We backed off, yelled fire in the hole and squeezed the clacker.
Sal, me, Joey and Sal's sister smoked under the bleachers, shared the beer while the game went on and the crowd made crowd noises, idiots swung toys that made loud clacker sounds, and some guy with one of those new aerosol boat horns blew everyone away.
Forget the tentacle rape, my childhood just took it squarely up the clacker watching that video lol
SHAPIRO: When you're on tour and you have a beautifully tuned Grand, do you feel a little nostalgic for this old clacker?
IIRC, the CPSC has effectively banned clacker-ball toys that lack a rigid member between the pivot and each moving ball.
Stick you F*&KING opinions up your fat clacker and piisorrrrf and leave me the hell alone.
TYPE: Overhead 2-wing blade with clacker blade A clacker-style buzzbait makes more of a commotion, but due to the added resistance, you can't retrieve it as slowly, making it a poor choice for cold water.
While not necessarily in the following order, she makes use of her vaginal sphincter to toot notes from a toy trumpet; click a toy clacker; twist the screw-off cap from a bottle of Oronamin C vitamin tonic; snap a wooden pencil in half; bend a metal spoon; inhale smoke from a cigarette and blow rings; and make like a blowgun, shooting darts to pop toy balloons.
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