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Clanger   Listen
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clanger  n.  A conspicuous mistake whose effects seem to reverberate; as, he dropped a clanger. (British)






Collaborative International Dictionary of English 0.48








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"Clanger" Quotes from Famous Books



... it What chiefly induces me to submit a few thoughts upon a theme so solemn, is the "dogmatism" and unworthy views of God which are attributed to all of us who cannot discover sunrise beyond the gloom; and the conviction also that a more thorough belief in the clanger of sin, as well as its inherent vileness, and a wholesome "terror of the Lord," would tend to "persuade men" to entertain with more earnestness the deliverance promised in ...
— Parish Papers • Norman Macleod

... names to wing the imagination upward into the ethereal regions of beauty, pure art, and lofty emotion! The imperial pianist discourses upon the genius and peculiar gifts of his brother musician. Before us arises a vision of the strong and fiery Hungarian, with clanger of steel, flash of spur, and ring of hoof, compelling his audiences to attention and enthusiastic admiration; and also of the gentle-mannered and suffering, but no less fiery Pole, shrinking from all rude contact, and weaving enchanted melodies and harmonies, teeming with ...
— The Continental Monthly, Vol. III, No. V, May, 1863 - Devoted to Literature and National Policy • Various

... heavy weather. When the ship is thrown broadside to the sea, or comes up so as to bring the wind abeam, or even forward of the beam, as in lying-to, there is always risk from this source. Another clanger, which is called pooping, is of a character that one who is ignorant of the might of the ocean when aroused, would not be apt to foresee. It proceeds from the impetuous velocity of the waves, which, ...
— Afloat And Ashore • James Fenimore Cooper



Words linked to "Clanger" :   U.K., bloomer, fuckup, blooper, foul-up, botch, boo-boo, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, pratfall, UK, blunder, United Kingdom, flub, Britain, clang, Great Britain, boner, bungle



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