Definitions

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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of clack.

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Examples

  • Her mandibles clicked and clacked loudly as she waved her huge spiked forearms in the air, shredding the cobwebs hanging in her way.

    Master of Mirrors

  • Black fangs clacked, and its shiny, humped abdomen bore the red hourglass markings of a black widow spider.

    Master of Mirrors

  • They lightly clacked on our linoleum, tap shoes made of thick petrified roots.

    Guardians

  • Cara shook her head so violently her teeth clacked together.

    Choker

  • Cara shook her head so violently her teeth clacked together.

    Choker

  • His wingtips clacked behind us, sounding vaguely horse-like.

    Molecules

  • She clacked across the floor in black high-heeled shoes.

    A GAME OF CIRCUMSTANCE • by Tommy B. Smith

  • Tom Huff shouted across the railroad car as the train click-clacked away from Manhattan.

    BUMMER • by John Brooke

  • Cara shook her head so violently her teeth clacked together.

    Choker

  • Mr. White typed the code on the lock and it clacked open.

    DAVY’S TOY BOX • by Bill Ward

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