Words nearby rattling
OTHER WORDS FROM rattlingrat·tling·ly, adverb
Definition for rattling (2 of 3)
verb (used without object), rat·tled, rat·tling.
verb (used with object), rat·tled, rat·tling.
Origin of rattle1
Definition for rattling (3 of 3)
verb (used with object), rat·tled, rat·tling. Nautical.
Origin of rattle2
Examples from the Web for rattling
The concrete building from which the sounds emanate shakes from the impact, rattling the colorful houses on the dirt roads nearby.
The serial number was right,” he later said, rattling off, “20314261.
He speaks in broken sentences, punctuated by the sound of rattling and tribal drums.‘Lone Ranger’ Remake and Johnny Depp’s Casting, Never a Good Idea|Allison Samuels|July 5, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Jeff Zucker blew up CNN on Tuesday, rattling nerves throughout the network.
Plus, Shirley MacLaine tells Sandra McElwaine how she's rattling Downton Abbey.
Symptoms: Cough, rapid breathing, whistling, rattling and bubbling in throat.
I knew then that she had been rattling on because her mind was full of something else.The Love Affairs of an Old Maid|Lilian Bell
The birds gave a rattling call note of about two seconds duration; it sounded like a typical woodpecker call.Birds from North Borneo|Max C. Thompson
Your sentiments concerning them approach your sentiments concerning a "rattling good story" in a magazine.Literary Taste: How to Form It|Arnold Bennett
Karl, beaming at his companions in his old way, but rattling off French vivacities without the faintest trace of accent.Stories in Light and Shadow|Bret Harte