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  • adverb With a loud, metallic or cymbal-like, clanging sound.

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Examples

  • This strikes me as clangingly at odds with the rest of what Mr Cameron is arguing.

    Archive 2009-05-01

  • This strikes me as clangingly at odds with the rest of what Mr Cameron is arguing.

    David Cameron, Electoral Reform, Turkeys and Christmas

  • Though Lukin makes a heroic effort to redeem Wilhelm's story, it would be absurd to argue that it is among Wilhelm's best work, and I, at least, can't see that it's much more than a competently-told tale with a clangingly predictable twist ending.

    Archive 2006-10-01

  • Though Lukin makes a heroic effort to redeem Wilhelm's story, it would be absurd to argue that it is among Wilhelm's best work, and I, at least, can't see that it's much more than a competently-told tale with a clangingly predictable twist ending.

    "Created He Them" by Alice Eleanor Jones

  • All of this seems clangingly obvious, and it may be just that, but I'm a slow learner at times, and am trying to move beyond that form/content dichotomy and toward a way of thinking about works of art that doesn't lose sight of the pleasures, stimulations, and challenges of the art by cutting it in half.

    Content with Form

  • All of this seems clangingly obvious, and it may be just that, but I'm a slow learner at times, and am trying to move beyond that form/content dichotomy and toward a way of thinking about works of art that doesn't lose sight of the pleasures, stimulations, and challenges of the art by cutting it in half.

    Archive 2005-07-01

  • Strapped to one leg was a battered and clangingly futuristic firearm.

    Spirits White As Lightning

  • They stayed that way, nerves on edge and stomachs tight, and range steadily closing, until it seemed that the blips must not be the task force, perhaps were even some wandering uncharted asteroid-when the radio alarm, sweeping automatically the communication frequencies, clangingly broke the silence.

    Between Planets

  • And as the door of the cell shut clangingly behind the man whose face was distorted in impotent rage and despair, Joseph

    The Case of the Lamp That Went Out

  • The filmmaker's sense of parallelism is clangingly obvious, though.

    chicagotribune.com - News

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