Definition of Cleaved

1. Adjective. cleft or cloven ¹



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Definition of Cleaved

1. cleave [v] - See also: cleave

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cleaved

cleating
cleats
cleavable
cleavage
cleavage cavity
cleavage cell
cleavage division
cleavage furrows
cleavage lines
cleavage product
cleavage site
cleavage spindle
cleavages
cleave
cleaved (current term)
cleaved cell
cleavelandite
cleavelandites
cleaver
cleavers
cleaves
cleaveth
cleaving
cleche
clechy
cleck
clecked
clecking
clecks

Literary usage of Cleaved

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1. A Digest of the Laws of England by Anthony Hammond, John Comyns (1824)
"He cleaved his head, one part lay on one shoulder, another part on the other ; without saying, that he was dead. R. 2 Cro. 134. She had a child, ..."

2. The Scenery of Scotland Viewed in Connection with Its Physical Geology by Archibald Geikie (1901)
"Curved anil cleaved Silurian r»< k^, Wigtownshire. The fine parallel oblique lines indicate ihc cleavage, which is liner in the shales and coarser in the ..."

3. Hymns of the Church Militant by Anna Bartlett Warner (1865)
"I WAS a grovelling creature once, And basely cleaved to earth; I wanted spirit to renounce The clod that gave me birth. But God has breathed upon a worm, ..."

4. Biological Bulletin by Marine Biological Laboratory (Woods Hole, Mass.) (1915)
"32° for io min After five hours few eggs are cleaved and cleavages are less advanced than in ... 32° for 12 min Almost none have cleaved after five hours. ..."

5. The Chief American Poets by Curtis Hidden Page (1905)
"They buried the dark chief; they freed Beside the grave his battle steed; And swift an arrow cleaved its way To his stern heart ! One piercing neigh Arose, ..."

6. Text-book of Geology by Archibald Geikie (1893)
"The Silurian rocks of the south-west of Ireland were upturned, and probably cleaved, before the deposition of the Old Eed Sandstone, which has in turn been ..."

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