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adv.1.With clattering.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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To people, "noise pollution" often brings to mind the vexations of words drowned out, of trying to have a soul-satisfying conversation in a clatteringly loud restaurant.
Levit made the opening Allegro sound clatteringly hurried and lengthened its pauses to an unusually portentous degree; and the last movement was taken so fast it became a whirlwind of blurred activity.
(A word, too, on behalf of sound designer David Van Tieghem, who makes the out-of-view dinner preparations clatteringly real.) In other hands, Isobel might be easily dismissed as inarticulate, so it's to Hagan's credit that the character seems movingly to implode.