clop-clop

[noun klop-klop; verb klop-klop]
verb (used without object), clop-clopped, clop-clop·ping.
  1. to make or move with such a sound.

Origin of clop-clop

First recorded in 1900–05
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Historical Examples of clop-clop

  • There was the jangle of harness and bells; the clop-clop of hoofs, rising to a clatter.

    Nights in London

    Thomas Burke

  • Distinctly, both girls could hear the clop-clop of approaching hoofbeats.

  • He marches up and down, beating two pieces of wood together--clop-clop, clop-clop--as he walks.