A silence was upon us save for the clanging in the workshop down the corridor.
I listened to the piercing voice of her and the roar and the clanging of bells.
It has the fascination of clanging steel, and the mighty rustling of armour.
There was blazing of forges and clanging of anvils all through the land.
Heavy iron gates swung open harshly, and closed after us with a clanging, dismal sound.
I wish that I might sometimes hear the good, clanging music of weapons at play.
Before long, with a clanging of bells the express puffed out of the station and steamed in the direction of Baltimore.
MacHenery closed, and the two blades met in a clanging opening.
If no man understands the language I am impelled to use, then I am but as a clanging cymbal, making a noise without significance.
A clanging bell and the noise of traffic on the quay recalled them to the moment.
1570s, echoic (originally of trumpets and birds), akin to or from Latin clangere "resound, ring," and Greek klange "sharp sound," from PIE *klang-, nasalized form of root *kleg- "to cry, sound." Related: Clanged; clanging.
1590s, from clang (v.).