from The Century Dictionary.
- With a clatter, or clattering noise.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- adverb With clattering.
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- adverb With a
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Now they were in the lower hall, and grew clatteringly distinct in the emptiness of the house; then the tread sounded on the stairs, the certain, quick step of one who knew his way perfectly.
The second acolyte, in falling, struck the horn with his elbow and knocked it clatteringly over the parapet to land shatteringly on the rocks far below.
Hurrying, to its playthings — which happened to be at the far end of the veranda — it selected a matchbox, dragged it clatteringly along, ranged it precisely close to the plate, mounted it, and from the extra elevation sipped the last drop with a chuckle of content.
The second acolyte, in falling, struck the horn with his elbow and knocked it The Bloody Crown of Conan clatteringly over the parapet to land shatteringly on the rocks far below.
Outlined in hellish light, two armies struggled, one composed of staunch but frightened men, and the other of bones of the dead, laced clatteringly together by dried strings of tendon.
When they landed clatteringly, he stepped quietly through the door.
To work off the pride and joy caused by this avowal, Patrick mounted the broad seat extending all around the summerhouse and began to walk clatteringly upon it.
"S'long -- Mr. Barton!" she called listlessly over the other, and started on, stumblingly, clatteringly, up the abruptly steep and precipitous mountain trail -- a little dust-colored gnome on a dust-colored horse, with the dutiful gray pinking cautiously along behind her.
The hoofs of his horse thundered over the planks of the drawbridge, and came clatteringly to halt as he harshly drew rein in the courtyard below.
The force of the stroke knocked the key clatteringly to the floor.