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- noun Plural form of
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Shapes of soft, bluish grey, topped like rounded roofs, unfolding out of a chink, and swaying off in a kind of run -- with little clinkings of equipment, for there were sounds, too.
A series of buzzings, tappings and clinkings came over the wire, with hints of far-distant unintelligible conversation.
Hammerings and clinkings, with spurts of steam and fumes of hot oil, arose from her inside, and a figure in a striped jersey squatted on the engine-room gratings.
Every glass touched every glass, an operation which entailed some threescore clinkings.
How many thousand clinkings of coin against coin in purse and pouch, how many hundred impacts of hands that long since are dust, have served to dim your once clear relief!
A general turmoil broke out, glass-clinkings, cheers, handshakings; kissings, with a sob or two from the overwrought.
Fortunate, indeed, did I think myself: I hastened to the door, groped in the dark to find the clinkings of the nails by which the lock was fastened, and discovered no very large piece of wood need be cut.