Definition of Clatted

1. clat [v] - See also: clat



Clatted Pictures

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Clatted

clatched
clatches
clatching
clathrate
clathrate compound
clathrate crystal
clathrates
clathrin
clathrin adaptor proteins
clathrins
clathrochelate
clathrochelated
clathrochelates
clats
clatted (current term)
clatter
clattered
clatterer
clatterers
clattering
clatteringly
clatters
clattery
clattier
clattiest
clatting
clatty
clauber
claucht

Literary usage of Clatted

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1. Observations on the Popular Antiquities of Great Britain: Chiefly by John Brand, Henry Ellis (1900)
"... together with its colour, makes it not unlike butter, and hence the name.1 Thus farther, " a hard matted or clatted lock of hair in the neck is called ..."

2. The Red Book of Michigan: A Civil, Military and Biographical History by Charles Lanman (1871)
"clatTed with. Douglass Houghton in his scientific labors, and his discoveries had an important bearing on the development of the mineral treasures of ..."

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