clang clang  /ˈklæŋ/

Definition(s):

  1. (n) a loud resonant repeating noise
  2. (v) make a loud noise

Derived Word(s)

News

  1. Bigger, better

    WHEATLAND, Pa. - Other than the clang of steel tubes being spit from new processing equipment or from bundles of product being dropped into bins from overhead cranes, the new Sharon Tube plant is exceptionally quiet, as far as steel manufacturers go.
    on June 12, 2013     Source: Tribune Chronicle

  2. Shanklin Park home to adult competition, friendly matches

    The clang of metal bats, the noise of friendly banter and trash talk fill the evening air as another slow pitch softball game gets under way at Shanklin Park.
    on June 10, 2013     Source: Goshen News

Quotes

  1. "Everyone is familiar with the fact that if you rap on a metal column, you will hear a ping or a clang," Byrne said in a published interview with Creative Time President Anne Pasternak. "But I wondered if the pipes could be turned into giant...
    on Jun 23, 2008 By: David Byrne Source: Chicago Tribune

  2. "When it came down to being able to bang, clang and be physical with them, we were not able to do it," Stanford coach Walt Harris said. "And that was the game."
    on Oct 14, 2006 By: Walt Harris Source: Arizona Daily Star

  3. "Poetry, in fact, is two quite distinct things," HL Mencken wrote in a 1920 magazine column. "It may be either or both. One is a series of words that are intrinsically musical, in clang-tint and rhythm, as the single word cellar-door is...
    on Feb 12, 2010 By: HL Mencken Source: New York Times

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