clip-clop


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  • noun

Synonyms for clip-clop

the sound of a horse's hoofs hitting on a hard surface

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And when a child climbs on, Butterscotch responds with clip-clop and walking sounds.
There wasn't a clank of armour or the clip-clop of hooves, though.
Even if we all know how revenge thrillers end, a few surprises could have been thrown in as we clip-clop from A to B.
In place of the clip-clop of hooves and the aroma of manure, these early mechanical beasts took to the streets snarling noise and noxious fumes.
No cars are allowed, so the only sound is the clip-clop of horses' hooves as carriages negotiate the narrow streets.
MONDAY, November 11, 1918, and above the buzz of tramcars, the clip-clop clatter of horses' hooves along St Mary Street, they heard the jubilant shouts of an army of Echo-sellers bringing the news all Wales had waited for.
The game's familiar clip-clop, clip-clop, clip-clop instead sounds like CLIPCLOPCLIPCLOPCLIPCLOP - unfortunately, it cannot be written or read fast enough or loud enough for an accurate description.
The steady clip-clop, clip-clop of their hooves on the asphalt pounds out a recognizable message to would-be car rustlers who come out seeking something other than happy holidays.
Filmed in sepia-tinged Cinemascope, the video follows a cowboy on a solitary ride and includes lots of long shots of his back with his guitar slung over his shoulder, the clip-clop of his horse's hooves providing a soothing rhythm.
A Day With Horses" -- Casey introduces her young friends to Clip-Clop, the horse, as children get to see where horses live, what they like to eat and how people care for them.
Families clip-clop around the island in horse-drawn carriages, and couples hop tandem bikes as they take in the breathtaking scenery, striking natural wonders and intricately detailed architecture.
It wouldn't have surprised me if I'd heard their hearts beating underneath their skin in time with the clip-clop of their clogs against the pavement.
THE clip-clop of horses filled highways when carriages and wagons of all sorts dominated transport before the advent of the internal combustion engine.
Bart is set to arrive in style - along with Santa, in a horse-drawn carriage which will clip-clop through the town centre in a procession from Huddersfield Road.
The pedestrianised centre has horse-drawn carriages taking tourists on a gentle clip-clop along the cobbled streets and visitors can hire a boat on the river to wind past the leather makers' district, referred to locally as "little Venice".