What is another word for metallic sounds?

Pronunciation: [mətˈalɪk sˈa͡ʊndz] (IPA)

Metallic sounds can be described in a number of ways depending on their specific characteristics. Clanging refers to a sharp, ringing metallic sound, whereas jingling describes a light, tinkling metallic noise. Clattering is a rapid, rattling noise that often occurs when metal objects collide. Scraping refers to a rough, grating sound produced by metal rubbing against a surface. A clunk is a dull, heavy sound made by metal hitting a hard surface. Chiming is a musical sound produced by metal bells striking each other. Sizzling is a hissing, crackling sound made by heated metal. These synonyms provide a variety of ways to describe metallic sounds in different contexts.

What are the hypernyms for Metallic sounds?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

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