I soon became aware that they were on their way to the Cathedral—whose matin bells were filling the streets with their clangour.
The noise and rush and clangour of the Loop had long been familiar to him.
For the clangour continued at the same rate,—Dang, dang dang, dang.
The brisk trot of the officer's horse is lost in the clangour.
They entered upon a scene of indescribable confusion and clangour.
I had barely finished when the clangour of a great gong startled me.
There is a great wildness about the clangour and cries of migratory fowl, coming as it does far up in the wintry sky.
Smoke and clangour, and odours not often met with in Wiltshire, are very insistent.
The king thrust his sword into a scabbard, and, with a clangour of hilt on iron, those behind him followed his example.
Into the station it came blustering, with cloud and clangour.