“I used to say that fear is probably the most important concept of feeling,” he said amid the clangor of forks and knives.
Again there was a clangor under hatches, and the suffering bearings shrieked.
There were five or six others, whose names in the clangor of voices I did not hear.
The clatter of the presses ceased suddenly, to be followed quickly by the clangor of hurrying fire-bells.
The clangor waxed, beat about us with tremendous strokes of sound.
The clangor of trumpets and horns at length announced the arrival of the knight.
As before, the clangor died, leaving in its wake a bewildered silence.
Here occurred a pause and revery, from which he was roused by the clangor of the church-bells.
But the hallooing and the clangor of the horns came nearer and nearer.
He drove it against the metal and the clangor of its striking reverberated through the chamber.