Tuesday, 16 February 2016



-verb  (mainly trans.)
1. (also intr.) to cut, snip, or trim with or as if with scissors or shears, especially in order to shorten or remove a part
2. (British) to punch (a hole) in something, especially a ticket
3. to curtail or cut short
4. to move a short section from (a film, etc.)
5. to shorten (a word)
6. (intr.) to trot or move rapidly, especially over a long distance
7. (informal) to strike with a sharp, often slanting, blow
8. (slang) to obtain (money) by deception or cheating
9. (US, slang) to murder; execute
10. the act or process of clipping
11. something clipped off
12. an extract from a film, newspaper, etc.
13. (informal) a sharp, often slanting, blow
14. (informal) speed
15. (Australian & and New Zealand) the total quantity of wool shorn, as in one place, season, etc.

1. any of various small implements used to hold loose articles together or to attach one article to another
2. an article of jewellery that can be clipped onto a dress, hat, etc.
3. the pointed flange on a horseshoe that secures it to the front part of the hoof
4. (trans.)to hold together tightly, as with a clip
5. (trans.) (archaic  or dialect) to embrace

Coming up
From underground
For a clip of fresh air
Seeing a black friar

Clipped to a wall

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