clatter noun

ADJ. loud, noisy, terrible | metallic | sudden

VERB + CLATTER make The wheels of the cart made a terrible clatter on the cobblestones. | hear

PREP. with a ~ She dropped her fork with a clatter. | ~ of There was a clatter of hooves and a party of riders drew up.

clatter verb

ADV. noisily

PREP. against The mug clattered against her teeth. | down Something heavy came clattering down the stairs. | on His boots clattered on the stairs. | to The knife clattered noisily to the floor.

PHRASES come clattering

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