Synonyms of 'rattle'
to send, move, or drive with such a sound◾She slams the kitchen door so hard I hear dishes rattle.
to shake briskly causing sharp sounds◾He gently rattled the cage and whispered to the canary.
to frighten or confuse◾She refused to be rattled by his lawyer.
She was calm. Nothing could fluster her.
The news of his escape had shaken them all.
She warned me not to say anything to upset him.
He had been disturbed by the news of the attack.
My lack of response clearly disconcerted him.
He didn't seem to be perturbed by the news.
She will be discomfited by the dismissal of her plan.
put (someone) off his stride
put (someone) out of countenance
a rapid succession of short sharp sounds◾There was a rattle of rifle fire.
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to hit or knock, esp. with a loud noise
We could bang on the desks and shout until they let us out.
to move or cause to move suddenly
Moira bounced into the office.
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Thesaurus for rattle from the Collins English Thesaurus