The term clanking refers to making or causing a sharp and hard metallic sound but not resonant. It is also used as title to an online live journal. An example of it usage in a sentence is,'Maxwell bounced on the bed, clanking the springs'.
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what is the definition of clanking
a sharp, hard, nonresonant sound, like that produced by two pieces of metal striking, one against the other: the clank of chains; the clank of an iron gate slamming shut.
VERB (USED WITHOUT OBJECT)
to make such a sound.
to move with such sounds: The old jalopy clanked up the hill.
VERB (USED WITH OBJECT)
to cause to make a sharp sound, as metal in collision: He clanked the shovel against the pail.
to place, put, set, etc., with a clank: to clank the cell door shut.
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