Definition of Clemmed

1. Verb. (past of clem) ¹



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Definition of Clemmed

1. clem [v] - See also: clem

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Clemmed

cleistothecial
cleistothecium
clemastine
clematis
clematises
clemence
clemencies
clemency
clement
clementine
clementine tree
clementines
clemently
clemizole
clemmed (current term)
clemming
clems
clenbuterol
clench
clenched
clenched fist
clenched fist sign
clencher
clenchers
clenches
clenching
clencht
clenoliximab
cleoid

Literary usage of Clemmed

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1. Four Dialect Words: Clem, Lake, Nesh, and Oss : Their Modern Dialectal Range by Thomas Hallam (1885)
"... meaning are current in East Cheshire and South Lancashire, including Manchester. The phrases " clemmed [or clammed] to death," and " nearly [or welly] ..."

2. Publications by English Dialect Society (1874)
"... meaning are current in East Cheshire and South Lancashire, including Manchester. The phrases " clemmed [or clammed] to death," and " nearly [or welly] ..."

3. A Glossary of the Lancashire Dialect by John Howard Nodal, George Milner (1875)
"There's a brother o' mine lives wi' us ; he'da been 1867. clemmed into th' grave but for th' relief. ..."

4. Sketches of Lancashire Life and Localities by Edwin Waugh (1857)
"(Striking the table heavily with his fist.) They's never be clemmed at ir ... as aw ha' si'n folk clemmed i' my time,—never, ..."

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