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Clung

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

imp. & p. p.

1) of Cling

v. i.

1) Wasted away; shrunken.

Examples Sentences for

Clung

1) Rain-soaked, clothes Clung to their bodies, boots rubbed blisters into skin
2) 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?
3) Hot, sweet breath against his cheek and mouth had fanned a new flame to life within his breast, and perfect lips had Clung to his in burning kisses that had seared a deep brand into his soul—a brand which marked a new Tarzan.
4) 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.
5) 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.
6) 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.
7) He gazed in stupified astonishment on the small rebel for some seconds, and then Clung for support to the copper.
8) Remembering the death of her own little one, she Clung desperately to the new babe, with one hand, whenever they were upon the march.
9) Remembering the death of her own little one, she Clung desperately to the new babe, with one hand, whenever they were upon the march.
10) She Clung to him, would not let him go
11) Her muscles gripped and Clung and performed an amazing tango of heat and fire on his body
12) Displaced, uprooted and insecure, they Clung to the values of order, authority, hierarchy and tradition more tenaciously than some of their less unsettled colleagues.
13) “Sweetheart, what is it?” he asked her gently as she Clung to him and cried.
14) 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.
15) Rachael Clung to Rio as he jogged through the forest
16) She spoke excitedly and eagerly, wishing to infuse into her young friend some of that buoyant hope which still Clung to her heart.
17) You should have seen how he looked about him, all muddy and bleeding, and Clung to them as if they were his dearest friends.
18) For a moment the two men Clung panting to the great branch, while Tarzan squatted with his back to the stem of the tree, watching them with mingled curiosity and amusement.
19) 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.
20) They Clung to one another, holding tightly
21) Her body tightened around his, gripped and Clung and made demands
22) 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.
23) Rachael Clung to the branch, fighting for air
24) 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.
25) If they Clung to right-wing values, they could also, precisely as outsiders, cast a more critical eye on conventional middle-class England than most of their more moderate fellow artists.
26) For a moment the two men Clung panting to the great branch, while Tarzan squatted with his back to the stem of the tree, watching them with mingled curiosity and amusement.
27) No matter how tight he Clung to her, she never pushed him away
28) She had come in on the heels of a predecessor who had stayed too long and had Clung to old-fashioned, minimal-risk positions that had caused a dip in their stock in his nal years.
29) She Clung to his arms, trying to hold on when the world seemed to be spinning out of control
30) Rio was an anchor she Clung to, the one bit of reality she had