clangour

US clangor

/ (ˈklæŋɡə, ˈklæŋə) /

noun

a loud resonant often-repeated noise
an uproar

verb

(intr) to make or produce a loud resonant noise

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Derived forms of clangour

clangorous, adjectiveclangorously, adverb

Word Origin for clangour

C16: from Latin clangor a noise, from clangere to clang
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