He appeared in short order, clicked his heels, and inquired whether we had come in regard to the matter of telegrams.
Then after a few minutes he came gravely back, clicked his heels, and announced that there was no telegraph communication with the outside world and that he did not know when it would be reëstablished.
He stepped to the front of the cab, leaned forward with his elbows on the deck, and clicked the bolt of his rifle open.
Slowly he drew the weapon, and pulled the hammer back with his thumb till it clicked into position.
Get down close, every mother's son of you," he called out, while the lock of his weapon clicked sharply.
He had changed his coat and shoes for the visit; it was the usual Herr Haase, softish of substance, solemn of attire, official of demeanor, who clicked and bowed to the Baron and Von Wetten in turn.
A switch clicked under the young man's thumb, and he began to move the machine upon its pivot mounting, traversing it like a telescope on a stand.
The latch clicked back under her hand, and she was standing in the entry, confronting the policeman and his backing of citizens.
He was inside, leaving the door an inch ajar, as the switch clicked in the outer room and a narrow jet of light stabbed through the opening.
He laid aside his overcoat in the little hall, conventional with its waxed wood and its mirror, clicked an electric-light switch and passed through a portiere into the salon, which was the chief room of his abode.
I said, Hello several times, and the receiver clicked in my ear.
Dave's heart looped over with pride as the vice-marshal clicked his heels and saluted smartly.
When he saw Dave's uniform he clicked his heels and saluted with his rifle, then quickly brought the gun to bear again on the prostrate Freddy Farmer.
The sergeant clicked his heels, executed a smart about-face and went off down the hall.
The little old dandy clicked away on his high heels, and in a moment Mademoiselle was aware of a truly courtly bow, whilst a thin, shaky voice said gallantly: "We rejoice to welcome Mademoiselle to our society.
The trunks disappeared, the door shut, the heels clicked down the passage, and I was left scratching my head in wonder.
The man clicked and choked and gasped in his desperate desire to make the Sahib understand.
The light clicked out, and a pair of lean hands almost closed on Larry's wind-pipe.
The instant her "Good-bye" was out of her mouth Joe clicked the receiver upon its hook, and stood regarding the breathless Maggie.
The above list will hopefully give you a few useful examples demonstrating the appropriate usage of "clicked" in a variety of sentences. We hope that you will now be able to make sentences using this word.