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Definition of "clangorous" [clan•gor•ous]

  • Making a clangor. (adjective)

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Use "clangorous" in a sentence
  • "After a clangorous opening flourish, a wispy, airborne figure linked bolder, more earthy ideas."
  • "Two of the works, Cage's clangorous First Construction in Metal and Skempton's hypnotic Lento, are relatively well known, but both Cardew's Bun No 1 and Feldman's Piano and Orchestra will be receiving their London premieres."
  • "I believe I also dropped clangorous hints as the use of Google by which an answer might be procured."