Clopped [verb]

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Sentence/Example of Clopped:

He marches up and down, beating two pieces of wood together--clop-clop, clop-clop--as he walks.

It is a plovelb, and says, ‘A new field gives a small clop,’ or ‘Human life is but fifty years.’

The cloppety-clop of the feet of a passing cab horse now came in through the open door of the vestibule.

Then the driver jumps to the seat and gathers up the reins and says “Go on, Old Dan,” and clopperty, clopperty clop!

Then the girls heard a faint clip-clop of hoof-beats on the rocky trail leading along Top Notch.

But it was late in the afternoon when the clip-clop of horses' hoofs rang out over the crater of the ranch.

Suddenly into the hot silence came the quick cloppity-clop of galloping hoofs.

Auguste heard the soft clip-clop of a horse's hooves and the creak of carriage wheels and raised a hand to alert the others.

Silence ensued then for a moment, at the end of which interval Dale heard a rapid clip-clop on the rocky trail outside.

Their footsteps were very audible in the stillness; "pit-pat, flopety-clop," otherwise they were both silent.