Definition of Cloops
1. cloop [n] - See also: cloop
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Literary usage of Cloops
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Elements of Rhetoric by James De Mille (1878)
"... "Comes rippling light; and crystal keen, The mellow clink of plate and spoon Throbs through the golden afternoon, With round suggestive cloops between. ..."
2. The Wind in the Willows by Kenneth Grahame (1915)
"The water's own noises, too, were more apparent than by day, its gurglings and 'cloops' more unexpected and near at hand; ..."
3. La Belgique héraldique: recueil historique, chronologique, généalogique et by Charles Emmanuel Joseph Poplimont (1866)
"... morte sans enfants, le 13 décembre 1760, épousa, 1° en 1727,Jean François Joseph de cloops, ..."
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