clang

Part of speech: noun

A ringing sound as of metal struck.

Part of speech: verb

To send forth as a clang.

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Usage examples "clang":

  1. He heard the door clang behind him, shut fast again upon the broken, terrified wretch and his judges- relentless men of iron, the northern iron. - "The Northern Iron 1907", George A. Birmingham.
  2. He dropped the control wheel with a clang and shoved it carelessly aside with his foot. - "Breaking Point", James E. Gunn.
  3. One little push, bang goes the door, clang! - "Dramatic Reader for Lower Grades", Florence Holbrook.