verb (used without object)
verb (used with object)
Origin of clank
Related formsclank·ing·ly, adverbclank·ing·ness, nounclank·less, adjective
Examples from the Web for clank
Soon the only sounds were the clank of a shovel and thuds of dirt being moved.
A dog, whose chain allowed him to come within a yard of the door of this workshop, woke up at the clank of the tools and barked.
He heard the loud roar of the invisible fires, and now and then the clank of iron.
As he rose something fell with a clank to the boat's bottom from his lap or his pocket.The Bondman|Hall Caine