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Instead of falling silent at the end, the bell broke into a sudden clangor.
It is produced by the cracked-pot clangor of the cheap church-bells.
Far away through the forest might be heard its musical clangor and swell.
The note of this once wild Indian pheasant is certainly the most remarkable of any bird's, and if they could be naturalized without being domesticated, it would soon become the most famous sound in our woods, surpassing the clangor of the goose and the hooting of the owl; and then imagine the cackling of the hens to fill the pauses when their lords' clarions rested
This war- worn veteran, being now infirm with age and wounds, and weary of the turmoil of a military life, and of the roll of the drum and the clangor of the trumpet, that had so long been ringing in his ears, had lately signified a purpose of returning to his native valley, hoping to find repose where he remembered to have left it.
Still the vessel went bounding onward; and now Theseus could hear the brazen clangor of the giant's footsteps, as he trod heavily upon the sea-beaten rocks, some of which were seen to crack and crumble into the foaming waves beneath his weight.
I accept the clangor and jangle of contrary tendencies.
sounding like "the suppressed clangor of a sewer cover being lifted
Rami played one of Lane's (Keiko Agena) bible study group peers in Season 4, Episode 11, titled "In the Clamor and the Clangor," of the WB show.
Despite the confusion and clangor of this campaign, I am actually excited about the potential presence of such outspoken, articulate, and yet also lighthearted women in the highest echelons of government.
In the 21st century, contemporary technology has similarly proliferated propaganda through social media that inundates people with the menacing clangor of unavoidable persuasive messages.
There was a clangor of bells as the ship's engines ground into reverse; life preservers were thrown overboard; a lifeboat was lowered.