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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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A banking error saw Colin and Susan Clack paid twice for the same house by a firm of Dublin solicitors.
The CD-ROM indicator lights up and the hard drive clacks away, reassuring you that the software is loading.
One swan suffered burns in the alleged incident in Tullibody, Clacks, while ducks and hens escaped.
Gran-of-seven Doreen Shaw, 64, won the top prize of the National Bingo Game at the Premier Club in Alloa, Clacks.
Alloa Sheriff Court was told he subjected his girlfriend to an "appalling" attack in Alva, Clacks, in January 1999.
Reid, from Dollar, Clacks, claimed the accident in Crook of Devon in 1997 has left him too depressed to work.
Board member and leader of Clacks Council Keith Brown, said: "There seems to be no hard and fast rule as to how sentencing is given out.
Ellen Moxley, 64, of Dollar, Clacks, and two co-accused, Angie Zelter and Ulla Roder, face four charges of causing malicious damage on the research ship Maytime.
Protesters are expected to flock to Greenock Sheriff Court for the case which alleges that Ellen Moxley, 63, from Dollar, Clacks, Angie Zelter, 41, from Norfolk, and Ulla Roder, 42, from Denmark, broke into the floating laboratory Maytime last June.
Housewife Mary Walker, whose letters were delivered by Mrs Renwick, 46, of Menstrie, Clacks, said: "She had a smile for everyone.
Jack, of Sauchie, near Alloa, Clacks, was jailed on January 20 1995 for conspiring to cause explosions.