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  • adverb In a clangorous manner; ringingly.

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Examples

  • Which is why Obama's paean to Lawrence Summers on Stewart show rang so clangorously, as he praised the oafish Harvard professor for having performed a heckuva job, a phrase that one might have thought would have been permanently exiled from the presidential lexicon.

    Jacob Heilbrunn: Obama's Tactical Press Conference

  • Which is why Obama's paean to Lawrence Summers on Stewart show rang so clangorously, as he praised the oafish Harvard professor for having performed a heckuva job, a phrase that one might have thought would have been permanently exiled from the presidential lexicon.

    Jacob Heilbrunn: Obama's Tactical Press Conference

  • The Praetorians crowded forward, so that the bells that had pealed three times for me jangled madly and broke their cracked, dry straps, falling clangorously.

    The Urth of the New Sun

  • No one interfered, however, and in a moment the door opened sufficiently to give entrance to the old gentleman, after which it closed quickly and clangorously behind him.

    The Marrow of Tradition

  • The new fully automatic top is the next upgrade; it eliminates the manual release of the previous model and operates (a bit clangorously) in about 20 seconds.

    post-gazette.com - News

  • The new fully automatic top is the next upgrade; it eliminates the manual release of the previous model and operates (a bit clangorously) in about 20 seconds.

    post-gazette.com - News

  • The new fully automatic top is the next upgrade; it eliminates the manual release of the previous model and operates (a bit clangorously) in about 20 seconds.

    post-gazette.com - News

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