verb (used without object)
- clang association,
Origin of clangor
Examples from the Web for clangour
By contrast with the clangour that had prevailed, the stillness seemed that of a desert waste, a dead world.The Long Roll|Mary Johnston
The clangour of the outer door closing recalled that there was danger still below.Doom Castle|Neil Munro
The clangour was loud, and anxiously did the knight await for some reply to his summons.
I soon became aware that they were on their way to the Cathedral—whose matin bells were filling the streets with their clangour.The Bandolero|Mayne Reid
Or is it the nature of National Assemblies generally to do, with endless labour and clangour, Nothing?The French Revolution|Thomas Carlyle
Word Origin for clangour
1590s, from Latin clangor "sound of trumpets (Virgil), birds (Ovid), etc.," from clangere "to clang," echoic (cf. clang).