Definition of Clunches

1. Noun. (plural of clunch) ¹



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Definition of Clunches

1. clunch [n] - See also: clunch

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Clunches

clumping up
clumpish
clumplike
clumps
clumps up
clumpy
clumsier
clumsies
clumsiest
clumsily
clumsiness
clumsinesses
clumsy
clumsy person
clunch
clunches (current term)
cluneal
clunes
clung
clunk
clunked
clunker
clunkers
clunkier
clunkiest
clunkily
clunkiness
clunking
clunks
clunky

Literary usage of Clunches

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1. Notes and Queries by Martim de Albuquerque (1881)
"... or clunches. ‘The word was applied primarily to the separate lumps obtained by digging in a limestone or other quarry, and afterwards, it seems, ..."

2. A Critical Examination of the First Principles of Geology: In a Series of Essays by George Bellas Greenough (1819)
"... that a bed of clay, usually known " by the name of the Upper clunches, " bears a thickness of from fifteen to " twenty-six feet in all the above-men- ..."

3. Transactions of the Geological Society of London by Geological Society of London (1811)
"That a bed of clay, usually known by the name of faer tipper clunches, bears a thickness of from fifteen to twenty-six feet in all the above mentioned ..."

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