- n. Plural form of clapper.
- n. a percussion instrument consisting of a pair of hollow pieces of wood or bone (usually held between the thumb and fingers) that are made to click together (as by Spanish dancers) in rhythm with the dance
“~~Attach "clappers" to all the lights in the dungeon just before a paddling”
“The primary occupant, originally installed on a green bier, was arrayed like a dancer, with bell-like ornaments made of shells and "clappers" made of canine teeth.”
“But time will tell, and I have to be honest - people on here right to voice an opinion, we dont all have to agree to "clappers".”
“clappers," and were used, especially by strangers and summer guests, for orientation and description of location.”
“The team found bell-like ornaments made of shells and" clappers "made of dog teeth, which were likely placed around the king's waist and legs, Houston said.”
“Germain's novel opens with the arresting image of Sabine, a middle-class mother concealing a rug impulsively stolen from the Christmas sales: "Her silhouette large and bell-like, her legs like two clappers which despite their brisk to-and-fro produce no sound".”
“The best intro of the week, going off like the clappers before taking a step or two down into familiar psychedelia.”
“I'm hoping to go like the clappers the next few days and really break the back of this beast.”
“It was a regimented crowd, wearing identical red jackets, hats and soccer scarves, banging wooden clappers.”
“Nothing much came out of the dream of dancing except for my father asking me to stop prancing around the house click-clacking those darn wooden clappers.”
Looking for tweets for clappers.