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clang·or / ˈklangər/ (Brit. clang·our) • n. [in sing.] a continuous loud banging or ringing sound: the clangor of the steam hammers. DERIVATIVES: clang·or·ous / ˈklangərəs/ adj. clang·or·ous·ly / ˈklangərəslē/ adv.

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clango(u)r

clango(u)r XVI. — L. clangor, f. clangere, rel. to Gr. klaggḗ loud cry.
Hence clangorous XVIII.

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clangor

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