Synonyms of 'rattle'
1 clatterDictionary, bang, jangleShe slams the kitchen door so hard I hear dishes rattle.
2 shakeDictionary, jiggle, joltHe gently rattled the cage and whispered to the canary.
3 flusterDictionary, shake, upsetShe 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.
He will be discomfited by the dismissal of his plan.
put (someone) off his stride
put (someone) out of countenance
clatterDictionary, clattering, janglingThere was a rattle of rifle fire.
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If you bang on something or if you bang it, you hit it hard, making a loud noise.
We could bang on the desks and shout until they let us out.
If someone bounces somewhere, they move there in an energetic way, because they are feeling happy.
Moira bounced into the office.
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Thesaurus for rattle from the Collins English Thesaurus
When something rattles or when you rattle it, it makes short sharp knocking sounds because it is being shaken or it keeps hitting against something hard .