rattle down

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Verb1.rattle down - recite volubly or extravagantly; "He could recite the names of all the chemical elements"
recite - repeat aloud from memory; "she recited a poem"; "The pupil recited his lesson for the day"

w>rattle down

viherunterprasseln, herunterhageln
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The pony followed his master like a dog, and when he got into his cart would trot off without a whip or a word, and rattle down the street as merrily as if he had come out of the queen's stables.
He arrived at Fleurieres almost in a state of elation; he had satisfied himself, logically, that in the presence of his threat of exposure they would, as he mentally phrased it, rattle down like unwound buckets.
Back in Handloading 101 most of us were taught to seat rifle bullets as close to the lands as possible, This supposedly resulted in the best accuracy because the bullet wasn't allowed to rattle down the chamber throat before entering the rifling, ending up pointing in who-knows-what direction.
The Ahmed Ali-owned juvenile misbehaved in the stalls and was slowly away for jockey Eddie Ahern but she finished with a rattle down the centre of the track to defeat debutant Aldedash and Destiny Of Dreams.
But the dirt tracks I used to rattle down in my old jeep are now main highways, scything through villages and communities and separating families and neighbours.