Definition Of clack

verb

a sharp sound or series of sounds.

the clack of her high heels

make or cause to make a sharp sound or series of such sounds as a result of a hard object striking another.

he heard the sound of her heels clacking across flagstones

Example Of clack

  • A grand dame made her entry, progressing to the front row, clacking her heels all the way.

  • After that you might as well drink to the peacefulness too, uninterrupted but for the clack of a distant tractor.

  • And with a click and a clack , the chain was locked on both of his feet in mere seconds.

  • Chris could hear the soft clack of Mr. Marshall's shoes against the marble floor as he walked to get the doorbell.

  • Eventually he heard the soft clack of footsteps.


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