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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of clunk.

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Examples

  • As the coin clunked somewhere in the machine’s innards, Jenny heard a faint buzzing, then a mechanical ticking.

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  • Her comments after her freestyle are still making me laugh, because it was a fairly accurate description when she kind of clunked to the floor … = D

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  • He had a copy of The Sun sticking out his back pocket and huge sovereign rings clunked on his fingers.

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  • I can imagine Max getting clunked on the head by the 12 foot table.

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  • A good plot has unobtrusive elegance and grace; a bad one flattens everything in its path, character, atmosphere, setting, story itself, everything clunked down to a series of events happening one after the other. on 23 Feb 2009 at 4: 02 pm Abby Godwin

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  • A good plot has unobtrusive elegance and grace; a bad one flattens everything in its path, character, atmosphere, setting, story itself, everything clunked down to a series of events happening one after the other.

    Writer Unboxed » Blog Archive » Not losing the plot

  • Curling into a ball to protect himself as debris tinked and clunked to the ground beside him, Gillespie folded his arms over his head.

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  • "It is not going to be safe if we don't have people sitting down" and the guides to reprimand them if the don't, he cautioned, adding that standing passengers have indeed clunked their heads on traffic signals, though he spared me the gory details when I befriended him at the end of the tour.

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  • He clunked it high on the bat and Wright, stretching high to his right, got barely a fingertip on the ball.

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  • Reuters But as we've continued our tally of last-place finishes, awarding less-precious "metals" to athletes bringing up the rear — lead medals to those who finish last, tin for second-to-last and zinc to the third-to-last — it was Russia that clunked home with 19 total medals, more than any other nation.

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