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Clung

1) imp. & p. p. of Cling.

imp. & p. p.

1) of Cling

v. i.

1) Wasted away; shrunken.

Example Sentences for

Clung

1) The rose and honeysuckle Clung to the cottage walls; the ivy crept round the trunks of the trees; and the garden-flowers perfumed the air with delicious odours.
2) Armand knew that: her impulses and imprudence, knew it still better; but Blakeney was slow-witted, he would not listen to circumstances,she only Clung to facts, and these had shown him Lady Blakeney denouncing a fellow man to a tribunal that knew no pardon: and the contempt he would feel for the deed she had done, however unwittingly, would kill that same love in him, in which sympathy and intellectuality could never had a part.
3) Sometimes, on the very brink of certainty, I failed; yet still I Clung to the hope which the next day or the next hour might realize.
4) The wind fanned the fire, and the cottage was quickly enveloped by the flames, which Clung to it and licked it with their forked and destroying tongues. ‘As soon as I was convinced that no assistance could save any part of the habitation, I quitted the scene and sought for refuge in the woods. ‘And now, with the world before me, whither should I bend my steps?
5) You should have seen how he looked about him, all muddy and bleeding, and Clung to them as if they were his dearest friends.
6) I got a surprise myself as her walls Clung to my finger.
7) The wind fanned the fire, and the cottage was quickly enveloped by the flames, which Clung to it and licked it with their forked and destroying tongues. ‘As soon as I was convinced that no assistance could save any part of the habitation, I quitted the scene and sought for refuge in the woods. ‘And now, with the world before me, whither should I bend my steps?
8) She made the leap successfully, but as she grasped the limb of the further tree the sudden jar loosened the hold of the tiny babe where it Clung frantically to her neck, and she saw the little thing hurled, turning and twisting, to the ground thirty feet below.
9) Rain-soaked, clothes Clung to their bodies, boots rubbed blisters into skin
10) In the middle of the floor lay a skeleton, every vestige of flesh gone from the bones to which still Clung the mildewed and moldered remnants of what had once been clothing.
11) He gazed in stupified astonishment on the small rebel for some seconds, and then Clung for support to the copper.
12) Rachael Clung to him, weeping for her lost brother, for their childhood, for all the things they had done and couldn’t change
13) She tried to pierce the distance far away, beyond which lay the shores of France: that relentless and stern France which was exacting her pound of flesh, the blood-tax from the noblest of her sons. ‘Our own beautiful country, Marguerite,ssaid Armand, who seemed to have divined her thoughts. ‘They are going too far, Armand,sshe said vehemently. ‘You are a republican, so am I we have the same thoughts, the same enthusiasm for liberty and equality…but even YOU must think that they are going too far…’ ‘Hush!—ssaid Armand, instinctively, as he threw a quick, apprehensive glance around him. ‘Ah! you see: you don’t think yourself that it is safe even to speak of these things—here in England!sShe Clung to him suddenly with strong, almost motherly, passion: Don’t go, Armand!sshe begged; don’t go back!
14) She wore some lacy dress that alternately Clung and flowed as if alive, enhancing every feminine curve
15) Remembering the death of her own little one, she Clung desperately to the new babe, with one hand, whenever they were upon the march.
16) “Sounds good to me,” he said, and this time when he bent to kiss her chastely, she melted into his arms and Clung to him.
17) Rio was an anchor she Clung to, the one bit of reality she had
18) I had heard of some discoveries having been made by an English philosopher, the knowledge of which was material to my success, and I sometimes thought of obtaining my father’s consent to visit England for this purpose; but I Clung to every pretence of delay and shrank from taking the first step in an undertaking whose immediate necessity began to appear less absolute to me.
19) With a quick jerk Tarzan snapped the noose tight about the glossy throat, and then he dropped the rope and Clung to his support with both hands.
20) Instead I Clung to the childish hope that if I stayed still and closed my eyes, the darkness would engulf us all, leaving nothing to worry about.
21) You should have seen how he looked about him, all muddy and bleeding, and Clung to them as if they were his dearest friends.
22) “Sweetheart, what is it?” he asked her gently as she Clung to him and cried.
23) Kendall squealed in delight while Marshall tickled her, and Kezia just Clung to him with a happy smile.
24) Rachael Clung to the tree branch, her feet still dangling in the water
25) She Clung to me on every ride screaming in my ear.
26) She spoke excitedly and eagerly, wishing to infuse into her young friend some of that buoyant hope which still Clung to her heart.
27) Armand knew that: her impulses and imprudence, knew it still better; but Blakeney was slow-witted, he would not listen to circumstances,she only Clung to facts, and these had shown him Lady Blakeney denouncing a fellow man to a tribunal that knew no pardon: and the contempt he would feel for the deed she had done, however unwittingly, would kill that same love in him, in which sympathy and intellectuality could never had a part.
28) In the middle of the floor lay a skeleton, every vestige of flesh gone from the bones to which still Clung the mildewed and moldered remnants of what had once been clothing.
29) Her body tightened around his, gripped and Clung and made demands
30) He gazed in stupified astonishment on the small rebel for some seconds, and then Clung for support to the copper.