Entry from British & World English dictionary
An absurd or embarrassing blunder: the minister had dropped a massive political clanger
More example sentences
- In an embarrassing clanger, it seems they massively misjudged the scale of the fine they would receive.
- She said: ‘This is a basic error and a real clanger.’
- Let's look at the clangers the Council has dropped.
Words that rhyme with clangerbanger, ganger, hangar, hanger, haranguer, Sanger, Stavanger
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