clunk down

clunk down

[for something] to drop or fall, making the sound "clunk." A large piece of metal clunked down right in front of me. A tree branch clunked down on the roof and damaged a few shingles.
See also: clunk, down

clunk something down

to drop or place something heavily on something so that it makes a clunking noise. He clunked the big box down on the table. He clunked down all his school books on the table.
See also: clunk, down
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But looks, as they say, aren't everything and when we're not zipping about the heavens, events clunk down to Earth as we wade through an uninspiring young-heroawakens drama with echoes of - deep breath - Star Wars, The Golden Compass, Stardust, Narnia, Avatar, Indiana Jones and even the recent Mad Max reboot.
But looks, as they say, aren't everything, and when we're not zipping about the heavens, events clunk down to Earth as we wade through an uninspiring young-hero-awakens drama with echoes of - deep breath - Star Wars, The Golden Compass, Stardust, Narnia, Avatar, Indiana Jones and even the recent Mad Max reboot.
I keep expecting her to walk in and clunk down the hall in her heels.
At 1-0 we were still in it but once the second goal went in, which was a clunk down the middle, it was disappointing.
Sticky soda bottles, old rubber tires, and used cardboard boxes would trail behind you as you clunk down the hallway.