clench vs clinch

clench clinch

Definitions

  • 1) Tight grip.
  • 2) engineering A seal that is applied to formed thin-wall bushings.
  • 3) engineering A seal that is applied to formed thin-wall bushings.
  • 4) Something, such as a mechanical device, that clenches or holds fast.
  • 5) A tight grip or grasp.
  • 6) the act of grasping
  • 7) a small slip noose made with seizing
  • 8) A mode of securing a nail, staple, or the like, by turning over the point and hammering back into the wood the portion bent over.
  • 9) That which holds fast or clenches; a clencher (or clincher); a holdfast.
  • 10) A catch; a grip; a persistent clutch.
  • 11) A pun or play on words.
  • 12) Nautical, a mode of fastening large ropes, consisting of a half-hitch with the end stopped back to its part by seizings. The outer end of a hawser is bent by a clench to the ring of the anchor.
  • 13) To squeeze; to grip or hold tightly.
  • 14) hold in a tight grasp
  • 15) squeeze together tightly
  • 16) Seeclinch.
  • 17) See clinch.
  • 18) To gripe.
  • 19) To seize or gripe another, or one another, with a firm grasp or hold, as in wrestling: as, the men clenched.
  • 20) . To nail or fasten.
  • 21) To secure or fasten, as a nail, staple, or other metallic fastening, by beating down the point after it has been driven through something; rivet.
  • 22) To bring together and set firmly, as the teeth; double up tightly, as the hands.
  • 23) To pun.
  • 24) Topun.
  • 25) Nautical, to calk slightly with oakum, in anticipation of foul weather.
  • 26) Togripe.
  • 27) .Tonailorfasten.
  • 28) Figuratively, to fix or secure by a finishing touch or blow; confirm, as an argument or an action, in some unanswerable or irresistible way; establish firmly.
  • 29) To grasp or seize firmly or convulsively; gripe.
  • 30) To grasp or grip tightly.
  • 31) To close tightly.
  • 32) To clinch (a bolt, for example).

Definitions

  • 1) obsolete A pun.
  • 2) Any of several fastenings.
  • 3) The act or process of holding fast; that which serves to hold fast; a grip or grasp.
  • 4) nautical A hitch or bend by which a rope is made fast to the ring of an anchor, or the breeching of a ship's gun to the ringbolts.
  • 5) obsolete A pun.
  • 6) A passionate embrace.
  • 7) nautical A hitch or bend by which a rope is made fast to the ring of an anchor, or the breeching of a ship's gun to the ringbolts.
  • 8) Slang An amorous embrace.
  • 9) The clinched part of a nail, bolt, or rivet.
  • 10) Sports An act or instance of clinching in boxing.
  • 11) Sports An act or instance of clinching in boxing.
  • 12) Something, such as a clamp, that clinches.
  • 13) Slang An amorous embrace.
  • 14) A clinch knot.
  • 15) The act or process of holding fast; that which serves to hold fast; a grip; a grasp; a clamp; a holdfast.
  • 16) A pun.
  • 17) (Naut.) A hitch or bend by which a rope is made fast to the ring of an anchor, or the breeching of a ship's gun to the ringbolts.
  • 18) (Naut.) A hitch or bend by which a rope is made fast to the ring of an anchor, or the breeching of a ship's gun to the ringbolts.
  • 19) a small slip noose made with seizing
  • 20) a device (generally used by carpenters) that holds things firmly together
  • 21) a tight or amorous embrace
  • 22) the flattened part of a nail or bolt or rivet
  • 23) (boxing) the act of one boxer holding onto the other to avoid being hit and to rest momentarily
  • 24) See clench.
  • 25) To embrace passionately.
  • 26) To fasten securely or permanently.
  • 27) hold in a tight grasp
  • 28) settle conclusively
  • 29) secure or fasten by flattening the ends of nails or bolts
  • 30) flatten the ends (of nails and rivets)
  • 31) embrace amorously
  • 32) hold a boxing opponent with one or both arms so as to prevent punches
  • 33) Sports To secure (a divisional championship, for instance) before the end of regular season play by having an insurmountable lead.
  • 34) To fasten with a clinch knot.
  • 35) To fix or secure (a nail or bolt, for example) by bending down or flattening the pointed end that protrudes.
  • 36) Sports To hold a boxing opponent's body with one or both arms to prevent or hinder punches.
  • 37) Slang To embrace amorously.
  • 38) Sports To hold a boxing opponent's body with one or both arms to prevent or hinder punches.
  • 39) Sports To secure (a divisional championship, for instance) before the end of regular season play by having an insurmountable lead.
  • 40) To fasten together in this way.
  • 41) To be held together securely.
  • 42) Slang To embrace amorously.
  • 43) To settle definitely and conclusively; make final.
  • 44) To hold fast; to grasp something firmly; to seize or grasp one another.
  • 45) To set closely together; to close tightly.
  • 46) To hold firmly; to hold fast by grasping or embracing tightly.
  • 47) To make conclusive; to confirm; to establish.
  • 48) To bend or turn over the point of (something that has been driven through an object), so that it will hold fast.

Examples

  • 1) He clenched his jaw and went from one day to the next.
  • 2) His lantern swung from his tightly clenched hand.
  • 3) The roars from around the green were acknowledged with a clenched right fist.
  • 4) Burnell put a clenched fist under his nose.
  • 5) When his chest was pierced, he clenched his fist.
  • 6) I also noticed her jaw was clenched very tightly and she was very stiff and pale.
  • 7) I clenched my hand into a fist.
  • 8) His eyes were bulging, and his fists were clenched so tight they went as white as the stripes on his shirt.
  • 9) He clenched his fist, then, crushing the leaf.
  • 10) He staggered up the steps and confronted me, jaw clenched and eyes stony, as if he had seen a ghost.
  • 11) At the playground she shadows his progress, car keys clenched in her hand in case they have to dash to A&E.
  • 12) ‘His eyes danced with anger and he had his fingers clenched into a tight ball.’
  • 13) ‘His fingers convulsively clenched into fists for an instant before he forced his tense muscles to relax.’
  • 14) ‘His face twisted into furry and his hands clenched into tight fists.’
  • 15) ‘Kane stood stock still for a moment, hands clenched into tight fists, shaking slightly in rage, before he carried on walking.’
  • 16) ‘She watched Hecate with bated breath, her hands clenched into tight fists.’
  • 17) ‘Her fingers clenched into fists at her sides as the tears streamed down her face.’
  • 18) ‘His fists were clenched into tight balls by his side.’
  • 19) ‘I can feel my fists clenching into tight balls at my side.’
  • 20) ‘His left hand clenched into a fist, drawing it closer to his face.’
  • 21) ‘Kathleen's weak fingers that Mrs. Noble had forced down clenched into a shaking fist as her nails dug into the rough skin of her palm.’
  • 22) ‘The slender fingers with long nails clenched into tightly squeezed fists, her pale hands starting to turn red.’
  • 23) ‘She's all but quivering in anger, her green eyes bright with anger and her hands clenched into small fists.’
  • 24) ‘Within hours her hands, previously clenched into fists, had begun to open.’
  • 25) ‘His hands clenched into fists by his side, annoyed by yet another lecture.’
  • 26) ‘He wasn't at all surprised to see that her hands had been clenched into fists.’
  • 27) ‘Rard had his hands clenched into fists and he was infuriated.’
  • 28) ‘One hand clenched into an agitated fist, Lain rubbed her temples wearily with the other.’
  • 29) ‘Tahr lurched back until she was almost at the edge of the arena, her left hand clenched into a fist and tucked under her right arm.’
  • 30) ‘His fists clenched tighter than they ever had, his arms clung close to his stomach in agony.’
  • 31) ‘He let out a small whimper but stood his ground, hands clenched into shaking fists.’
  • 32) ‘He was visibly nervous, with his hands clenched and his body rocking slowly from one side to the other.’
  • 33) ‘He said furiously through teeth that were clenched tightly together.’
  • 34) ‘I could see that his teeth were clenched with suppressed emotion; tears or anger I couldn't tell.’
  • 35) ‘It's enough to leave you breathless - if you could forget the obsession with an air-giving hose clenched tightly between your teeth.’
  • 36) ‘My teeth clenched together and I couldn't help but frown.’
  • 37) ‘My teeth clenched together, and my heart found a very comfortable spot in the throat where it pounded like galloping horses.’
  • 38) ‘Her lips were spread back from her teeth, which were clenched together.’
  • 39) ‘Gripping her shoulders, Joyce clenched together her teeth and looked into Sibyl's eyes.’
  • 40) ‘Unable to really listen to her, I merely nodded, teeth still clenched together in torment.’
  • 41) ‘And she turned back, leaving the man on the street, her teeth clenched together.’
  • 42) ‘He distorted his features to her secret terror, her teeth clenched together behind confused lips.’
  • 43) ‘She ground out between her teeth, which were clenched together like twin traps of steel.’
  • 44) ‘My teeth clenched tightly, as I swung my head away from looking at him.’
  • 45) ‘Shumba gritted out through clenched teeth, his features dark and angry.’
  • 46) ‘His mouth closed again; his teeth clenched in anger and a willful battle against the tears threatening to build in his eyes.’
  • 47) ‘Altair situated himself in the saddle and let out a sigh through clenched teeth, taking the reins tightly.’
  • 48) ‘That said, I am sure that they will be taking their soup through clenched teeth.’
  • 49) ‘Jack the heroic doctor is tending to the terminally injured Marshal, who through clenched teeth is trying to tell him something about Kate.’
  • 50) ‘Then he fell back on the bed and tossed about as though he was in the throes of a poison, muttering through clenched teeth.’
  • 51) ‘She clenched her teeth in anger, her eyes stinging with the sweat.’
  • 52) ‘Ilantar clenched his teeth in anger, but tried not to let his emotion show.’
  • 53) ‘Sarah asked bravely, her hands still firmly clenching Migoto's waist.’
  • 54) ‘A small, black satchel lay over his left shoulder, and a 4-foot long wooden staff was clenched firmly in his right paw.’
  • 55) ‘Sitting upright, his knuckles paled as he clenched the bedcover firmly.’
  • 56) ‘When the call was made and I had to go, I stood straight in front of the closed door, clenching the handkerchief firmly.’
  • 57) ‘Joven shrieked angrily and grasped it, clenching it greedily between her long, trembling fingers.’
  • 58) ‘He crawled over to her side at once and picked up one of her hands, clenching it tightly in his grip.’
  • 59) ‘He grabbed onto the ledge of the lab table, clenched it tightly and braced his legs.’
  • 60) ‘Red stood at the bar, clenching the edge tightly.’
  • 61) ‘Maxwell resumed his furious pacing, clenching the phone tightly, ‘Is he all right?’’
  • 62) ‘But her hands were definitely feeling another pair of hands, clenching her ankles so tightly they cut off the circulation.’
  • 63) ‘Finally his hand rose above from the couch clenching a cell phone tightly as he dialed Scarlet right away.’
  • 64) ‘He sat there in the saddle for a moment, immobile, clenching the reins tightly.’
  • 65) ‘I remember clenching the receipt tightly in my hands, almost as if I was ready to give it back.’
  • 66) ‘I launched out of the room noisily and into the living room, clenching the phone tightly.’
  • 67) ‘But Scott clenches my hand tightly in his, as if not to lose me, and I can't.’
  • 68) ‘Kara's eyes burn with angry tears, and she clenches the file folder tightly.’
  • 69) ‘The attic steps creaked loudly every time Rayne stepped on one, and she frowned slightly as she clenched the banister tightly.’
  • 70) ‘I was bent over, gritting my teeth and clenching onto the table.’
  • 71) ‘His body is clenching from the pain and his mouth is drooling.’
  • 72) ‘Still, when she tried to open her eyes, her body clenched in protest.’
  • 73) ‘My body clenched in anticipation of the bullets that would rip through it.’
  • 74) ‘My face formed into a look of perplexity, and the fibers of my body clenched.’
  • 75) ‘The muscles along her stomach clenched, and her insides contracted with a searing pain.’
  • 76) ‘Sapphire's eyes looked towards the bodies and her heart clenched painfully once more.’
  • 77) ‘His jaw clenched, his muscles tightened, and his eyes dropped about a hundred degrees.’
  • 78) ‘Standing, I saw her muscles clench and Natalia inhaled sharply.’
  • 79) ‘Those thoughts continued, fear shot through Shanza so strongly that his stomach clenched in a knot and he went white with fright.’
  • 80) ‘I nonchalantly leave Adrian in the living room and enter the kitchen, although my stomach is clenching with anxiety and apprehension.’
  • 81) ‘Joven turned slowly, her heart thudding and her stomach clenching.’
  • 82) ‘My stomach clenches, and I take in the bold headline.’
  • 83) ‘Hope's stomach clenched nervously against the butterflies flitting about.’
  • 84) ‘She could feel her stomach beginning to clench up into knots.’
  • 85) ‘Kagami's fists tightened and her jaw clenched at the gruesome scene.’
  • 86) ‘He rigidly walked forward, his jaw clenched as he fought with the nausea tightening his stomach.’
  • 87) ‘Slowly he turned around, every muscle in his body tense, he jaw clenched.’
  • 88) ‘His stomach clenched into a tight ball when he remembered what he was supposed to do.’
  • 89) ‘Her eyes were clenched firmly shut as her legs gave way and she slid down the airlock door onto the cold floor.’
  • 90) ‘It felt like something was clenching my heart too tightly.’
  • 91) ‘The creases in her face deepened as his frown turned into a clench.’
  • 92) ‘It had not helped, even with the burning clench of his muscles or the adrenaline coursing through his body.’
  • 93) ‘I looked away from Matt as I felt a clench in my chest.’
  • 94) ‘He feels a clench of chill around his heart, remembering Lex's rant earlier.’
  • 95) ‘They all felt a lump in their throats, a clench in their hearts, and an ache in their chests.’
  • 96) ‘There was a feeling in the young man's stomach, of hatred and sickness, and a horrible clench.’
  • 97) ‘A forceful clench of her hands froze us together in a bowing sweep as the piece ended in a thundering crash of drums.’
  • 98) ‘Through the powerful clench in her teeth, she nodded, wincing every time her heart beat against the pressure on her forearm.’
  • 99) ‘Darcy rushed out and I felt a clench in my stomach, hoping she wasn't talking about Scarlett.’
  • 100) ‘Nobody knows what you're doing unless you tell them you're doing clenches.’

Examples

  • 1) Companies clinch more deals if they ditch video calls to see clients in person.
  • 2) After 17 months of negotiations they now hope to clinch a deal by the end of the year.
  • 3) That deal could be clinched by as soon as next spring.
  • 4) We needed that point to clinch fourth.
  • 5) She switches back to stripes and is taken to clinch the forecast spot.
  • 6) And what did we learn that looked capable of clinching an argument?
  • 7) The goal spurred us to go on to clinch a fine victory.
  • 8) But which dwelling will clinch top spot?
  • 9) Can they clinch victory while playing well?
  • 10) In the meantime his players have to learn how to clinch three points and not settle for one.
  • 11) England have already clinched the series with two wins, a tie and a washout.
  • 12) Had he clinched two fewer votes, it would have gone to a second ballot.
  • 13) The Cherries clinched promotion with a club record eighth successive league win.
  • 14) Yet he dug deep and won five sets on the spin to clinch one of the most amazing games seen on an oche.
  • 15) He tried and failed to clinch a peace deal in the dying days of his Administration.
  • 16) Australia are now favourites to clinch the series 2-1 and it is hard to argue with that.
  • 17) But this is hardly a clinching argument, either.
  • 18) Being best gives you an advantage, but not a clinching one.
  • 19) Jets can now clinch a play-off spot by winning their last two games.
  • 20) SPURS can clinch fourth place with victory here.
  • 21) The Chilean has been under pressure after a disappointing season but five straight wins has seen his team clinch second place.
  • 22) There is one clinching argument.
  • 23) But the Londoners are confident an improved offer of about 15m will clinch a deal.
  • 24) A quick exit should see the red box runner slip the field around the first two bends to clinch her ninth win from 32 races.
  • 25) My brother swears the improved clinch is the only way to go and a very good friend went to great lengths to test knot breaking strength and landed on the Trilene Knot.
  • 26) The playoff clinch is a plus, but we definitely needed this home win before we went on this road trip.
  • 27) The improved clinch is the way to go with large mouths
  • 28) Protag arrives at disco to find Antag and Sweethart in clinch, and leaves
  • 29) Tinner's tacks, which are used for clinching, are commonly called clinch-nails.
  • 30) Against Moon, Sanderson fell behind 1-0 at the start of the second period when he surrendered a point on a tie-up known as the clinch, rather than risk getting tossed for a three-point throw.
  • 31) Muay Thai fighters also master the art of the clinch, which is a series of techniques to get in close to your opponent and hold him in such a way that he is susceptible to any number of devastating strikes.
  • 32) I do think Couture will be fine on his back and that his dirty boxing in the clinch will be a difference maker as well.
  • 33) ‘After some haggling I clinched the bargain and drove away.’
  • 34) ‘After much examination and a few rounds of long meadow, the bargain was clinched for £120 pounds.’
  • 35) ‘Analysts say the Lockheed design may have clinched the contract for the company.’
  • 36) ‘Admittedly, there's something deeply and darkly satisfying about clinching a bargain, and it brings out the worst in people.’
  • 37) ‘According to the Guardian, ‘Ministers have been pressing India behind the scenes to clinch the contract’.’
  • 38) ‘Some firms have recently managed to clinch contracts in Angola.’
  • 39) ‘Around one-and-a-half million tenancy agreements are clinched each year worth nearly 6 billion and the OFT is determined these contracts must be fair.’
  • 40) ‘She clinched the agreement after writing a hit Star Wars novel last year.’
  • 41) ‘A Saltaire artist who is celebrating his gallery's first anniversary is painting his way to further success after clinching two contracts.’
  • 42) ‘Business strategists from Bolton have clinched themselves another valuable contract.’
  • 43) ‘He insisted there was strong business logic for clinching a deal with the Chinese company.’
  • 44) ‘There was also a negotiation game which equipped the students with skills necessary to clinch important business deals.’
  • 45) ‘In March the company inked a deal with BMW and, more recently, clinched a Ford contract.’
  • 46) ‘You clinch business deals and gain in financial transactions.’
  • 47) ‘And we're close I think to clinching a similar agreement on household products.’
  • 48) ‘EDS has clinched a contract worth up to $9 billion to supply the US Navy and Marine Corps with a single, seamless network.’
  • 49) ‘A Calverley vehicle leasing company has clinched multi-million-pound deals with three new clients.’
  • 50) ‘Weeks later it was grudgingly confirmed that the firm had clinched the £32m deal.’
  • 51) ‘The deal was clinched after a recent tour of Zambia by a German business delegation.’
  • 52) ‘A rival firm clinched the business by promising £160,000, equating to a 15% rise in just two months.’
  • 53) ‘At the end of it all, the moral argument that clinches the debate for me is that capital punishment is effectively society's revenge.’
  • 54) ‘The argument that clinched the debate, both in Whitby and in Toledo, was the ‘Roman-ness’ and universality of an authoritative tradition.’
  • 55) ‘It would be dangerous to view the dossier as having clinched the argument for war.’
  • 56) ‘Clearly he has made the case for war today, but not clinched the argument.’
  • 57) ‘Interviewing Manny the lobsterman, a 30-year-old college grad with a paltry paycheck, helped clinch that argument.’
  • 58) ‘He challenged me with one of the feebler bits of rhetoric the faithful adopt to clinch the argument.’
  • 59) ‘But although Reddin never clinches his argument about the tragic effects of the Kennedy cover-up, he at least raises political issues.’
  • 60) ‘At Wollaston in Northamptonshire, the discovery of grape pollen in Roman planting trenches seems to have clinched the argument.’
  • 61) ‘Unfortunately, she did not find archival evidence dating from before 1511, but the material from after that date is sufficient to clinch her argument.’
  • 62) ‘To clinch the argument, we needed a fossil that unambiguously showed a nonavian dinosaur with a feathery body covering.’
  • 63) ‘Among the Chinese, humor is often used only to illustrate a concept, to prove a point, or to clinch an argument.’
  • 64) ‘He produces a newspaper report of the court testimony of a tribal Aborigine which, he claims, clinches his argument.’
  • 65) ‘These newly discovered bacteria don't clinch this argument by any means.’
  • 66) ‘It had to take a little over a week to eventually clinch this interview.’
  • 67) ‘When cornered, he tends to reach for the emotional argument to clinch his case, but then he'll turn around and keep coming back for more.’
  • 68) ‘More study and debate is necessary to clinch the issue.’
  • 69) ‘Each of these works its way towards an endline ensured, provisionally at least, to settle the matter and clinch it.’
  • 70) ‘Then the doorbell rings a second time, clinching the matter.’
  • 71) ‘To clinch the transaction, a lot depended on caring for the customer and meeting his or her demands.’
  • 72) ‘But artistically, all I could suggest is that he explore the question, rather than clinch the issue with what is now a pat option in the arts: transcendence.’
  • 73) ‘The winning golden goal to clinch the match 2-1 in extra time was scored by Ahn Jung-hwan, who plays for Italian team Perugia.’
  • 74) ‘Then nippy forward Julianne O'Connell struck with a great goal which clinched victory for her team and a place in the final.’
  • 75) ‘Mobbed by joyous teammates, this goal clinched victory for Ilkley from the jaws of defeat.’
  • 76) ‘The St. Louis Cardinals became the first major league team to clinch a playoff spot this season, winning the NL Central for the third time in five seasons.’
  • 77) ‘Gloucester scraped home in one of the most amazing finishes in years at Kingsholm but only clinched their semi-final victory in the 85th minute with a gift try.’
  • 78) ‘In his last five regular-season games, he record nine goals and an assist to help clinch the top playoff seed for the Fusion.’
  • 79) ‘Warrington finally clinched victory with a goal five minutes from time.’
  • 80) ‘Then there was the goal which clinched victory at Ibrox three years ago to send Rangers tumbling out of the Uefa Cup.’
  • 81) ‘Instead, she buckled and Davenport fought back to square the match, going on to clinch victory in the decider.’
  • 82) ‘So when Mark Hensby tapped in his par putt on the second playoff hole to clinch his victory at the Deere, he also earned a spot at Royal Troon.’
  • 83) ‘Needing just one win to clinch the last playoff spot, the C's have now lost three straight.’
  • 84) ‘Their double victory over Yorvik clinched the title, and both teams will play second division netball next season.’
  • 85) ‘The Cardinals, who lost to the Boston Red Sox in the World Series last year, are the first team to clinch a playoff berth this season.’
  • 86) ‘She also scored in a 3-1 victory over Fulham that clinched the league title ahead of Charlton.’
  • 87) ‘The country also clinched the team championship despite stiff opposition from Vietnam and Myanmar.’
  • 88) ‘Heworth were unable to score the 12 runs needed for victory as Easingwold clinched the title with an advantage draw.’
  • 89) ‘In extra time the red and green and gold men clinched victory and qualified to meet Meath in their second successive final against the Royals.’
  • 90) ‘The Charlton boss was critical of his attacking players who he said frittered away a string of chances to clinch all three points.’
  • 91) ‘By the final whistle, Celtic were two wins away from clinching the piece of silverware that really matters.’
  • 92) ‘Ballintubber must have regrets about not clinching this game when on top and dictating matters for two thirds of the game.’
  • 93) ‘He would stay close enough to always clinch as soon as Rahman set to punch.’
  • 94) ‘By clinching with Frazier, Ali prevented further damage.’
  • 95) ‘Heavyweights throw like one-two-three punches and grab and clinch and grab and clinch.’
  • 96) ‘Branco rocked Gatti with a big shot and the battle moved into the ropes as Gatti clinched.’
  • 97) ‘Any good striking fighter will tell you that it is virtually impossible to keep a worthy opponent from clinching with the other fighter.’
  • 98) ‘He looked like he was losing that fight from the way I remember it, slipping to the canvas several times out of clinches.’
  • 99) ‘Neither guy tried to make a war out of it and just practiced their moves and showed their professionalism in the clinches.’
  • 100) ‘Ortega's best work through the middle of the bout came from manhandling his opponent in clinches.’
  • 101) ‘She'd felt bulky stirrings against her belly, and had barely broken the clinch in time to spare his dignity.’
  • 102) ‘Smoger checked both men when they came out of a clinch in the eighth round rubbing their heads.’
  • 103) ‘Audiences were engrossed by Gilbert and Garbo's off-screen romance after seeing their passionate clinches in The Flesh and the Devil.’
  • 104) ‘It would have to be Burt Lancaster and Deborah Kerr rolling in a passionate clinch on the wet sand in From Here To Eternity.’
  • 105) ‘In fact, Derek and his terrified party hadn't stumbled on a poltergeist, but a couple in a passionate clinch who hadn't heard the ghoul-hunting crowd creep up on them.’
  • 106) ‘And the term ‘added red’ is placed next to an amorous pair about to go into a clinch.’
  • 107) ‘Everyone in the lobby grabbed me for at least a so-so passion-intensive clinch.’
  • 108) ‘She has branded allegations that she enjoyed a steamy clinch with a married man as totally ‘false and salacious’.’
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