49 collocations for clattered
He is more likely to be heard clattering up bare stairs in search of old companions.
The carriage had to stand aside against the trees to let pass the guns which clattered down the slope.
I clattered up the long street of the town to the Club House, where I found a company of English friends.
The swaggering vanity of the fellow amused me, for he cocked his busby, swung the blue dolman which hung from his shoulder, sat his horse, and clattered his scabbard in a manner which told of his boyish delight and pride in himself and his regiment.
Their footsteps echoed hollowly as they clattered down the worn old stairway.
"I shall be back to-night," and the horse's hoofs clattered down a by-road leading to the city.
The Wells Fargo agent vanished through the door and clattered down the steps.
Several tall men in knee breeches and silk stockings dashed excitedly up and down stairs using expressions such as had never before been heard by Mr. Hepplewhite, and the clanging gong of a police wagon was audible as it clattered up the Avenue.
The poorest woodchopper makes the most sound; A poor cook clatters the most pans around; The rattling spoke carries least of the load; And jingling pennies pay little that's owed; A rooster crows but lays no eggs; A braggart blows but drives no pegs.
The dishes clattered a little on his arm as he helped the captain, but the latter, after an impressive pause and a vain attempt to catch the eye of Mr. Wilks, which was intent upon things afar off, took up the spoon and helped himself.
"LookylookyLeon!" The baby ceased clattering his spoon against the wooden bib.
"What is the matter, Gaspard?" exclaimed the officer, clattering his scabbard against the chair as he rose, his lace and plumes and ribbons stirring anew.
Peace!Methinks I hear the noise Of clashing swords, and clattering arms below.
I blew my whistle twice; up clattered a Sergeant with the Marine Guard and stopped where that figure on the deck barred their way.
Down clattered my knife and my fork, and in an instant I was in the thick of the crowd which had gathered outside my door.
She put one plate upon another in a hurry, over knives and forks and remnants, clattered a good deal, and dropped the salt-spoons.
" Clattered over the bridge the horse-dragged brake.
~A Song.~ Oh, the hopper grass is clattering and flying all the day Round the tawny, trembling tassels of the corn, While the dreamy, drowsy bumblebee goes bumbling on his way, And the locust in the woodland sounds his horn.
She spilled her cocoa, she dropped her knife, she crumbled her gingerbread, and she clattered her cup and saucer.
" He stopped speaking while upstairs the maxim clattered off belt after belt of cartridges.
Although he now clatters his tins and baskets and cries out like a merchant, his thoughts run to the black earth and the shady hollows and the sound of little streams.
He was generally in bed at noon, but from evening to midnight he sometimes talked aloud with great vehemence, sometimes stamped as in rage, sometimes threw down his poker, then clattered his chairs, then sat down in deep thought, and again burst out into loud vociferations; sometimes he would sigh as oppressed with misery, and sometimes shaked with convulsive laughter.
Down the drive and out into the mountain road clattered the three horsemen.
Who should clink his spurs and clatter his sabre if it were not II, Etienne Gerardthe confidant of the Emperor, the chosen swordsman of the light cavalry, the man who slew the would-be assassins of Napoleon?
Then she settled back limply in the wide couch and inspected the room, his footsteps noisily clattering down the long hallway to the left.