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“Her high heels go clackity-clack on the worn marble floor.”
“Watching her excitement at the sound of the clackity-clack of the machinery and the shrill ding of the bells as they rode through the streets filled him with his own joy.”
“Vintage trains pulled by steam locomotives running on coal, clackity-clack through 16 miles of glorious countryside from Bridgnorth to Kidderminster and return.”
“I like the thought of typing on a real typewriter, where the keys actually went "clackity-clack.”
“I think I'll throw a little portable clackity-clack typewriter owned by some eccentric character into my next book, to show a contrast to, say, an iPad!”
“He worked off an old upright clackity-clack typewriter on a picnic table in his bedroom for many years," Ball said.”
“While it's easier to hit the keys, even I admit that it's weird not having the clackity-clack of a regular keyboard.”
“I could hear the clackity-clack of the roller coaster going up the track and then the screams of people as the ride was going downhill," Miller, 66, recalled last week.”
“It wasn’t just some clackity-clack sound—you could hear me coming from two blocks away on a quiet day, with strong and powerful, even strides.”
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