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clothing articles of dress collectively; clothes. [2 definitions]
cloture in U.S. parliamentary procedure, a method of ending debate and causing an immediate vote on the matter being discussed. [2 definitions]
cloud a visible body, usu. white or gray, of fine water droplets high in the earth's atmosphere. [8 definitions]
cloudberry a berry produced by this plant, resembling a yellowish or amber raspberry and used for food. [2 definitions]
cloudburst a sudden, heavy rainstorm.
cloud-cuckoo-land a fanciful, unrealistic, or Utopian place or condition.
cloudless combined form of cloud.
cloud nine (informal) a state of great happiness or bliss.
cloudy characterized by the presence of clouds; overcast. [5 definitions]
clout a powerful blow or stroke, esp. with the fist. [3 definitions]
clove1 the dried flower bud of an East Indian tree, used as a spice. [2 definitions]
clove2 one of the small plant bulbs formed from the main bulb, esp. in garlic.
clove3 a past tense of cleave2.
cloven a past participle of cleave2. [2 definitions]
cloven foot see cloven hoof.
cloven hoof a hoof or foot divided into two parts by a cleft, characteristic of deer, sheep, and goats; cloven foot. [2 definitions]
clover any of various plants having three-lobed leaves and small, dense flowers, and often used for pasturage or hay. (See four-leaf clover.) [2 definitions]
cloverleaf a set of interchange roads, patterned like a four-leaf clover, at the intersection of two highways that are on different levels. [2 definitions]
Clovis point the oldest known type of flint tool in North America, esp. spearheads, dating to approximately 13,500 years ago and found near Clovis, New Mexico.
clown a comic performer, as in a circus, who wears odd clothes and exaggerated makeup and entertains by jokes, tricks, juggling, and the like. [4 definitions]
cloy to oversupply with something sweet or pleasant so that the experience of these things becomes sickening or wearisome. [2 definitions]