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The answer CLANGED has 5 possible clue(s) in existing crosswords.
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Definitions of clanged in various dictionaries:
verb - make a loud noise
verb - to ring loudly
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|Possible Crossword Clues|
|Sounded like a trolley?|
|Sounded like metal hitting metal|
|Made a cacophonous sound|
|Resonated, in a way|
|Last Seen in these Crosswords & Puzzles|
|Feb 2 2019 The Washington Post|
|Feb 2 2019 L.A. Times Daily|
|Oct 14 2016 Wall Street Journal|
|Nov 23 2008 Premier Sunday - King Feature Syndicate|
|Mar 12 2007 Universal|
|Possible Dictionary Clues|
|Simple past tense and past participle of clang.|
|make or cause to make a clang.|
|A loud, resonant metallic sound or series of sounds.|
|Make or cause to make a clang.|
|Clanged might refer to|
|Clan Ged is a Scottish clan. The clan does not currently have a chief recognised by the Lord Lyon King of Arms and is considered an armigerous clan. Without a recognised chief the clan has no standing under Scots Law. In Scotland, the surname Ged and Geddes may be derived from the place-name Geddes in Nairn. Another possibility is that it is derived from the Old English gedda, a nickname meaning pike. The coats of arms of Ged and Geddes contain three pike, referring to their surnames. The English word for pike is luce, and several Norman families named de Lucy have pike on their coats of arms. One unsupported possibility is that one such family moved to Scotland and adopted the surnames Ged or Geddes. An early record of the clan name is found in the Privy Council, which records the respite granted to James Tweedie after the murder of William Geddes in 1558.The crest badge suitable for members of Clan Ged is derived from the arms of Ged of that Ilk, which is recorded in the Lyon Register. The crest badge contains the crest a pike's head Proper and the motto DURAT DITAT PLACET (from Latin: "it sustains, it enriches, it pleases"). The crest of a pike is a pun on the clan name. The use of pike on the arms is an example of canting arms, as a ged is the heraldic term for a pike.|