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  • noun Plural form of clanging.

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Examples

  • In the late afternoon, after prodigious hammerings and clangings in a score of places, all noises ceased.

    CHAPTER XLIX

  • The bus was quiet, except for a few clangings of the metal door to the toilet, and an occasional snore or grunt from a fat man a few rows back, Numerous times during the night, Migracion officers boarded the bus, looked around and left.

    Cancun To Oaxaca - The Bus Ride Of 27 Pedicures

  • The bus was quiet, except for a few clangings of the metal door to the toilet, and an occasional snore or grunt from a fat man a few rows back, Numerous times during the night, Migracion officers boarded the bus, looked around and left.

    Cancun To Oaxaca - The Bus Ride Of 27 Pedicures

  • Out of the darkness came shattering crashes and long, loud metallic clangings of ripped steel, with many lumps of iron and plate; while one entire wheel of a locomotive whirled up suddenly black out of the cloud against the sky, and sailed musically over our heads to fall slowly and heavily into the desert behind.

    Seven Pillars of Wisdom

  • As it moved off like a boat on a labyrinthine ocean and lost itself among the inchoate night masses of the great buildings, among the now stilled, now strident, cries and clangings, Anthony put his arm around the girl, drew her over to him and kissed her damp, childish mouth.

    The Beautiful and Damned

  • He twitched his delicate ears back and forth nervously at all the loud clangings and hangings.

    Black Horses For The King

  • Outside the capsule were distinct noises, metallic clangings, shouts, orders.

    Damia's Children

  • They rang in his ears, reverberated in his brain with wild, discordant clangings.

    War of the Twins

  • They rang in his ears, reverberated in his brain with wild, discordant clangings.

    War of the Twins

  • The metallic clangings clanged and the whole array of ghostly noises sounded out in the unholy hour of three o'clock broad daylight!

    Jane Allen, Junior

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