rattly

[rat-lee]
adjective
tending to rattle; making or having a rattling sound.

Origin:
1880–85; rattle1 + -y1

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rattly (ˈrætlɪ)
 
adj , -tlier, -tliest
having a rattle; rattling

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Only the rattly knuckled trees are dark and still against the icy snow that's beneath them and behind them.
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