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Synonyms for clack

to make a light, sharp noise

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to make or cause to make a succession of short, sharp sounds

to talk volubly, persistently, and usually inconsequentially

a light, sharp noise

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Synonyms for clack

a sharp abrupt noise as if two objects hit together

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a simple valve with a hinge on one side

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make a rattling sound

make a clucking sounds, characteristic of hens

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Actually, the idea was to hold the string in the middle and move it up and down with such force that the clackers hit each other on the top and bottom of an arc.
Then, when you've weaved your way home, you can climb back into your joggies and ring that bell until the clacker falls off.
In a funny pre-show pep talk by a Nordic character called Broken (apparently the sister of Oaken), played for laughs by Andrea Seale, we were schooled in what we would do, for instance, with our balloon (used as a troll), clackers (to mimic a racing sledge), snowflake (self-explanatory
Finally, even our clothes were against us; a blue plastic snorkel coat not only blocked your vision as you peered blindly through a pipelike hood rimmed with Womble fur - only being able to feel the thump of your clackers on your skull, it also had the fireproof qualities of a petrol bomb.
AS a child I recall crazes with clackers, space hoppers, cremola foam and a strange plastic tube which you wheeched round your head which made a noise a bit like - well a bit like an empty tube wheeching round your head.
Nick mines a rich seam of nostalgia taking in clackers in the attic but is firmly in the present when he locks targets on The Incredible Melting Man of British politics.
Town fans were making the most of the cardboard clackers provided by the club, but on a greasy surface following a pre-match shower, it was the Dons who had the first chance with Town keeper Ian Bennett smothering Charlie MacDonald's low angled shot.
Techniques used for estimating M in scallops include change in abundance of a cohort over time, loss of tagged individuals, proportion of clackers, catch curve analysis, and empirical relationships (Orensanz et al.
The group dances presented the real fiesta with women carrying clackers in their hands.
The loud, free clackers were a very nice touch too and added to the fun and atmosphere.
uk They've got everything you need, from t-shirts, clackers, foam hands, flags - even a foam FA Cup.
Quite who the missing clackers belong to remains unclear, as does how they managed to lose them without realising they had gone.
Many of the objects were noise producers or "Schmuck"-idiophones such as rattles, clackers, and scrapers that could have accompanied dance and song.
The long prayers and ceremonies are gone, the clackers have all but disappeared.