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clad1 a past tense and past participle of clothe.
clad2 to bond or attach a metal to (another metal) in order to strengthen or protect it.
cladding a metal bonded to another metal as a protective coating. [2 definitions]
claim to assert ownership; demand as one's right. [8 definitions]
claimable combined form of claim.
claimant one who makes a claim.
clairaudience the alleged ability to perceive sounds not within hearing distance or not in the physical realm.
clairvoyance the supposed supernatural ability to perceive events that have not yet occurred or things not directly available to the five senses. [2 definitions]
clairvoyant possessing the ability to see or know things that are beyond the five senses. [2 definitions]
clam any of various saltwater and freshwater mollusks, esp. those species that are edible. [5 definitions]
clambake a seaside picnic or party at which clams and various other foods are cooked, usu. by placing on heated rocks covered with a layer of seaweed. [2 definitions]
clamber to climb awkwardly or with difficulty, using both hands and feet. [2 definitions]
clammy damp, cool, and sticky. [2 definitions]
clamor a loud or sustained uproar or din, esp. of voices. [6 definitions]
clamorous loud or noisy. [2 definitions]
clamour (chiefly British) variant of clamor.
clamp a device used to fasten, support, or compress two or more objects or pieces. [3 definitions]
clamp down (informal) to institute or increase controls or penalties.
clampdown a strict imposition of authority, rules, limitations, or the like; prohibition or suppression.
clams casino a dish in which clams, combined with a dressing flavored with garlic and bacon, are broiled on the half shell.
clamshell the shell of a clam. [2 definitions]