Much of his best and subtlest work has been clacked out on a typewriter standing on an upturned packing box.
He clacked his tongue in concern and bent over, touching Ed's wrist.
He clacked a bony finger into an osseous palm and cried: "Four thousand and ninety-six!"
Santobono at one gulp emptied his glass and clacked his tongue.
Then he clacked his tongue, and the horse resumed its rapid gait.
She shook her cane at the tall man and clacked at him again.
Sanders sat in the little telegraph office, and the Morse sounder rattled and clacked for half an hour.
The reins were tightened, Nikolaeff clacked his lips, and the wagon moved on at a trot.
They clinked glasses with the Prussian, who clacked his tongue by way of flattery to show that he enjoyed it.
He bowed curtly, spun on his heel, and clacked from the room.