Definitions

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  • adverb With a clanking sound.

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Examples

  • I give full credit to Ms. Paulus for not whacking the audience over the head with clankingly obvious parallels to life under George W. Bush, but no matter how you may feel about that war -- or any other -- I regret to say that "Hair" has nothing to offer in the way of serious socio-political commentary.

    Six Flags Over Woodstock

  • Don't be put off by Mr. Muse's director's note, in which he draws clankingly predictable parallels between Shakespeare's tyrannical emperor and "an executive who claims new powers his office has never had before."

    A Shakespeare Toga Party

  • "You are beautiful as dreams," he told her, leaning towards her with such abruptness that his sword struck clankingly against the table.

    The Fortieth Door

  • Wefers unhooked the chain and dropped it clankingly into the bottom.

    Further Adventures of Lad

  • A great chain was brought and wrapped clankingly about the chest.

    Double Trouble Or, Every Hero His Own Villain

  • A great chain was brought and wrapped clankingly about the chest.

    The Wit and Humor of America, Volume VI. (of X.)

  • "Astro Boy" plays like "Transformers" for tots, a "Pinocchio" story that stays true to its source material's storied past without adding much in the way of interest, outside of some clankingly obvious political subtext that will alienate people of all stripes.

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  • "Astro Boy" plays like "Transformers" for tots, a "Pinocchio" story that stays true to its source material's storied past without adding much in the way of interest, outside of some clankingly obvious political subtext that will alienate people of all stripes.

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