Definitions

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  • verb Present participle of clatter.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Kyle moaned as the toaster slowly rose, clattering from the table to hover a few feet above it in the air.

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  • Then the Mundane turned into a purple toad, his sword clattering to the floor.

    Labor Policy

  • They began adding premiums to their official prices, with new monthly terms clattering out from telexes around the world.

    The Prize

  • They began adding premiums to their official prices, with new monthly terms clattering out from telexes around the world.

    The Prize

  • The Drujani jerked hard on the haft of his weapon and Joscelin was disarmed, the sword clattering onto the floor.

    Kushiel's Avatar

  • I might have him, he thought, and his mind tossed him the image of piles of silver coins clattering out of the belly of a one-armed bandit.

    Memory of Fire

  • I caught him as he fell, the great iron sword clattering to the floor.

    The Dreamthief's Daughter

  • Then suddenly the brute I was flying through the air, his sword clattering at Rig's feet.

    The Day of the Tempest

  • His heart pounded in panic as he heard the clash of his sword clattering loose on the stone floor.

    Emperor of Ansalon

  • Then the Mundane turned into a purple toad, his sword clattering to the floor.

    Centaur Aisle

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