A loud, ringing sound, like that made by free-hanging metal objects striking each other. (noun)
Quality of tone. (noun)
The cry of some birds, including the crane and the goose. (noun)
A word or phrase linked only by sound and not by meaning, characteristic of some mental disorders. (noun)
To strike (objects) together so as to produce a clang. (verb)
To give out a clang; to resound. (verb)
Examples of word clang
Then she heard clang, then from another part _clang_, then _clang_, _clang_ far away.
As the last words came hoarsely forth on to the night air, _clang, clang, clang_, burst out the tocsin of the alarm bell, silencing the music in the ballroom and sending an electric thrill through every listener within the precincts of the castle; but ere the great bell had sent forth a score of vibrating notes which came quivering through the darkness and echoing from every wall, the clattering of hoofs began in obedience to the whispered commands of his Majesty of France:
Now that their clang is pretty much gone from Arco Arena's non-sellout crowds, the Lakers 'MVP guard kind of misses the noise - and in their absence, he missed far too many shots in one of the NBA's most improbable results this season.
One half inch closer and he would have been dead, killed by fragments of skull driven into his brain, but instead he staggered, stunned, and his vision was suddenly sheeted with scarlet as he twisted, fell, and heard the sword clang as it bounced on the rampart's stones.
Picture the dignity of the teacher of a class of little boys who lets his sword clang to terrify the youngsters under him, or who tries to frighten the girls by displaying his weapon.