Definition of Claughts

1. claught [v] - See also: claught



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Claughts

clatty
clauber
claucht
clauchted
clauchts
claudetite
claudicant
claudicants
claudication
claudications
claudicatory
claudin
claught
claughted
claughting
claughts (current term)
clausal
clause
claused
clauses
clausing
clausthalite
clausthalites
claustra
claustral
claustral layer
claustration
claustrophile
claustrophiles
claustrophilia

Literary usage of Claughts

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1. Journals of Sir John Lauder, Lord Fountainhall, with His Observations on by John Lauder Fountainhall, Donald Crawford (1900)
"... a cleak * claughts a grip of his cloak, and holds him. He immediatly apprehending that it was some sergent or messenger that was arresting him, ..."

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