- interj. A clicking sound suggesting mechanical motion.
- Imitative, from click. (Wiktionary)
“WUT: The new voting system uses what we call a clickety-click model.”
“And at least with this intern, there is never any pressure to come up with something to say, and I am simply left to enjoy the musical duet performed by our clickety-clicking pipets.”
“Tap, tap, clickety click … I am sensing we have some late starters in our midst.”
“Up the stairs, clickety click, scratch and whine at the closed door.”
“I want to run to the bank, grab some groceries, or simply cruise downtown without the ever-present clickety-clack of metal cleats beneath my feet.”
“Composed of strange pings, zings, clickety-clacks and erupting plops, his latest sound work Elemental Fields seems to sing of alien worlds.”
“And not the kind I knew her to have -- that's to say perfume-scarves, and heels that make clickety clackety mom sounds on tile.”
“She taps the windshield with her fingernails that make a cloudy clickety click.”
“Only the youngest children actually speak before "retreating into the dense clickety-clack äppärät world of their absorbed mothers and missing fathers.”
“It types as softly as a computer keyboard no clickety-clack from this machine, has a one-line LCD screen, and prints as quietly as an ink-jet printer.”
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