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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishclinkclink1 /klɪŋk/ verb [intransitive, transitive]  CSOUNDif two glass or metal objects clink, or if you clink them, they make a short ringing sound when they are hit together Spoons clinked against the crockery.→ See Verb table
Examples from the Corpus
clinkShe wore at least twenty bracelets, which clinked against each other every time she moved her arm.He went to drink and his teeth clinked against the rim.You'd hear them clinking all night.The wolf was just moving away, when he heard the medals clinking, and he stopped to listen.I slipped my fingers into them, lifted out a few pieces and let them clink back into the can.Some members there clinked glasses and gave thumbs-up signs as they watched the verdict at the cozy first-floor bar.Lily dropped a cube of sugar into her champagne and they clinked glasses, still laughing.Their champagne glasses clinked. "Happy Anniversary Darling, '' Roger said.The two men clinked their glasses in celebration.And then as Brett's teeth clinked uncomfortably on the edge of the drinking glass, something strange happened.