clatter : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n a rattling noise (often produced by rapid movement)
the shutters clattered against the house
the clatter of iron wheels on cobblestones
- v make a rattling sound
News & Articles
- Color guard team helps kids build skill, self-esteem
Watching from across a gymnasium as his youth color guard rehearses, Eric Hall sees flags and other props clatter to the floor - but he sees only growth. He smiles, knowing the next try will be better, and the flag spinner will be hooked. This is how he builds his champion Allegiance Youth Color Guard of Dundee team. Hundreds of hours of spinning, throwing, falling flags, and then success and ...
June 15, 2013 - Daily Herald
- Gordon Strachan in Sportinglife.com
Strachan said: "It was an horrendous clatter. But, if we tell him he is all right, he will think he is all right! He's not really but he thinks he is."
- Jonathan Agnew in Telegraph.co.uk
The initial silence,noted Agnew, "was followed by a clatter of china" as an aghast Frindall dropped his teacup.
- Jimmy Calderwood in Glasgow Daily Record
Boss Jimmy Calderwood, who also has defender Lee Mair and Dutch winger Jeffrey de Visscher sidelined, said: "Jackie got a real clatter in a collision with Zander Diamond and suffered a bit of a dead leg. He was forced to stop training and that's a...