to utter words in a rapid and confused manner
dog barking. from this book:
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to strike, esp. with a quick, smart, or light blow
short for raspberry tart, rhyming slang for fart: a sound of contempt made by protruding the tongue between the lips and expelling air forcibly to produce a vibration; broadly : an expression of disapproval or contempt. Also "rasp", "razz" or "Bronx cheer". As in "blowing a raspberry", "making a Bronx cheer". Ref: thesneeze , wikipedia.
Word imitating the sound of the side-drum and used for music pieces, especially in opera, of a military-march character.
sharp rapping sound repeated, often a machine gun. also : rat-a-tat; bratat
1. rapid succession of short sharp sounds, 2. an instrument that makes a rattling noise
The word 'rattlesnake' is the words 'rattle' and 'snake' joined together. Rattlesnakes receive their name for the rattle located at the end of their tails. The word 'rattle' is likely of imitative origin.
(Calidris canutus) is a medium sized shorebird. name may be imitative of the birds vocalization, sometimes described as a soft "knut", or a soft "quer-wer", though usually the bird is silent. link1, link2
sound of a squeaky metal hinge ("Garfield", Jim Davis)
sound of an electric drill (ref)
1. to utter a a full deep prolonged cry. Typical cry of a lion 2. loud boisterous laughter. roaring with laughter is in response to something absolutely hilarious
sound of a car when driving fast
sound of deep prolonged cry ("Garfield", Jim Davis)
this is one of several suggestions in response to the question of how to write the sound of a bull, on wiki-answers. also: moo, low, hrrooonnh, huuuooohar, muuhhhrrr. if you need a verb: bulls "bellow" (not directly imitative)
drumming sound. Also a musical style similar to reggae
dog vocalization. Find more dog vocalizations
to make a low heavy continuous sound
sound of a washing machine , "[Aredelia] found Starling in the warm laundry room, dozing against the slow rump-rump of a washing machine."
(Thomas Harris, Silence of the Lambs, 1988)
to give forth a succession of light crisp sounds
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