And then (thunderclap) one of wine's darkest nemeses appeared: the artichoke.
Out of the March woods ahead broke a thunderclap of sound, settling into a roar of musketry.
You may easily guess what a thunderclap this must have been to the Court.
The officer was handed a megaphone, and through it his voice came down like a thunderclap.
The affray had burst over the slumbering town like a thunderclap.
I had quite forgotten the existence of Leach and Johnson, when suddenly, like a thunderclap, “Boat ho!”
The thunderclap which seemed to come simultaneously, rocked the plane like a feather.
What will the thunderclap be that will shake down these masses?
Captain Candage turned on his mate with the violence of a thunderclap.
O that he had left out the grey hairs; or that they had been in any other paper not concluding with such a thunderclap!