CLATTER, verb intransitive
1. To make rattling sounds; to make repeated sharp sounds, as by striking sonorous bodies; as, to clatter on a shield.
2. To utter continual or repeated sharp sounds, or rattling sounds, by being struck together; as clattering arms.
3. To talk fast and idly; to run on; to rattle with the tongue.
CLATTER, verb transitive
1. To strike and make a rattling noise.
You clatter still your brazen kettle.
2. To dispute, jar or clamor.
1. A rapid succession of abrupt, sharp sounds, made by the collision of metallic or other sonorous bodies; rattling sounds.
2. Tumultuous and confused noise; a repetition of abrupt, sharp sounds.