Clink (verb)

To make a sharp sound when two hard objects collide or are struck together.


From middle english, meaning "to make a sharp sound".


  1. The glasses clinked together as they touched.
  2. She clinked her spoon against the side of her cup.
  3. The chains clinked as the prisoner moved.
  4. The coins clinked as they hit the pavement.
  5. The swords clinked as they clashed in battle.
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