clackity-clack love


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  • Her high heels go clackity-clack on the worn marble floor.

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  • Watching her excitement at the sound of the clackity-clack of the machinery and the shrill ding of the bells as they rode through the streets filled him with his own joy.

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  • Vintage trains pulled by steam locomotives running on coal, clackity-clack through 16 miles of glorious countryside from Bridgnorth to Kidderminster and return.


  • I like the thought of typing on a real typewriter, where the keys actually went "clackity-clack."

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  • I think I'll throw a little portable clackity-clack typewriter owned by some eccentric character into my next book, to show a contrast to, say, an iPad!


  • "He worked off an old upright clackity-clack typewriter on a picnic table in his bedroom for many years," Ball said.

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  • While it's easier to hit the keys, even I admit that it's weird not having the clackity-clack of a regular keyboard.

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  • "I could hear the clackity-clack of the roller coaster going up the track and then the screams of people as the ride was going downhill," Miller, 66, recalled last week. RSS

  • It wasn’t just some clackity-clack sound—you could hear me coming from two blocks away on a quiet day, with strong and powerful, even strides.

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