- 1Make or cause to make a sharp sound or series of such sounds as a result of a hard object striking another: [no object]: he heard the sound of her heels clacking across flagstones [with object]: he clacked the castanets in fine syncopationMore example sentences
- The sound of DVD cases clacking together brought her back to the video store and she looked toward the sound to see Blake absently flipping through DVDs in a drawer.
- His boots clicked and clacked across the hard stone floor.
- A grand dame made her entry, progressing to the front row, clacking her heels all the way.
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- 1A sharp sound or series of sounds: the clack of her high heelsMore example sentences
- He listened carefully as the footsteps moved into the next room - the clacks turning to taps as the man's boots touched the cold tiles of the kitchen.
- Unrolling it with a few clacks, he revealed the map's contents.
- The jar tipped over, and hundreds of wooden clacks could be heard as the pencils littered the ground.
Middle English: imitative.
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