- clatter + -y (Wiktionary)
“I recall caroms as a delightfully clattery sort of a game.”
“Bruce wants to move seats because he can't hear me; it's a lovely place but it is… clattery.”
“How about the sound of the words — soft consonants, sliding like water over stones, or clattery consonants banging around?”
“Beck composed (but does not sing, though he shows up alone on other tracks) songs for Pilgrim's band, Sex Bob-Omb, which are uniformly clattery and brief and un-Beck-like.”
“Their horses were skittish, all white rolling eyes and sweaty flanks, picking their way on clattery hooves across the cobblestones and through the milling crowds to form a ragged barricade between the unruly crowd and the park, the Polo Grounds.”
“This gets at least one vote for the most pointless piano concerto in the active repertoire, a clattery stream of scales and arpeggios that the pianist must deliver at top speed in a desperate search to keep the audience from expiring out of sheer boredom at the lack of any musical ideas.”
“She had loud, clattery doorknob earrings of her own and wore a gray sweatshirt that said MOMS RULE! in plaid stitching.”
“He preferred showy, clattery things which exhibited her skill and muscular ability and left him wondering how she did it.”
“Higby briskly went over and started the large, noisy, clattery, tinny”
“But the vast clattery space was really not appropriate for my kind of intimate moment — if it had been me.”
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