But timing is always unpredictable, and all the clatter around the film could have swallowed up I Am Abraham.
The toot of the horn is as familiar to me now as the clatter of shod horses.
He threw the helmet with a clatter on to the table as if it had been the knave's canting head.
Gradually this grew fainter, and was succeeded by the clatter of tongues.
The clatter of hoofs was growing louder with each passing second.
They ride silently like shadows, with no clatter of stirrup or chink of bit.
This place resounded with cries, songs, and the clatter of plates and dishes.
Uncle Nicky, bending to replace a worn thole-pin with a new one, dropped the pair with a clatter.
The natives, hearing the din and clatter, did not care to stop, but took rapidly to their heels.
Bully yarn youve turned up, came his appreciative comment over the clatter of the keys.
late Old English clatrung "clattering, noise," verbal noun implying an Old English *clatrian, of imitative origin. Cf. Middle Dutch klateren, East Frisian klatern, dialectal German klattern. The noun is attested from mid-14c.