To add to the clanger, the gratings had been thrown overboard, and there was no way of confining the captives in the hold.
But the mother was wise, and aware of the clanger, kept in her own hands the administrating of the medicine.
The clanger of famine here has not ceased with a plentiful harvest.
The man whom the saloon-keeper had shot had but just been declared out of clanger and on the road to recovery.
Still Burgoyne, hoping that Clinton's diversion would effect his deliverance from clanger, would not think of retreating.
Fate had raised her son to the summit of earthly grandeur and saved him from every clanger.
“But I fear there is clanger,” rejoined Karl, in a tone of undiminished anxiety.
Indeed, it is probable Mr Adams had rescued more than Fanny from the clanger of a rape that evening.
An expedition in this direction was, till lately, certain to be attended with no small excitement and clanger.
But to many Englishmen the constant spice of clanger adds greatly to the charm of sport in Africa.
A big mistake: made a clanger on that project (1948+)