Definition of Clecking

1. cleck [v] - See also: cleck



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Clecking

cleavages
cleave
cleaved
cleaved cell
cleavelandite
cleavelandites
cleaver
cleavers
cleaves
cleaveth
cleaving
cleche
clechy
cleck
clecked
clecking (current term)
clecks
cledge
cledgy
cledonomancy
cleek
cleeked
cleeking
cleekit
cleeks
cleep
cleeped
cleeping
cleeps
cleeve

Literary usage of Clecking

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1. My Circular Notes: Extracts from Journals, Letters Sent Home, Geological and by John Francis Campbell (1876)
"A clecking of Salmon—Land and Livestock—Come Here . Pages 144—150 LETTER XX. Conies and Seals—Fire Drill—The Quiet Pacific—The Chinese at Sea. ..."

2. Yorkshire Folk-talk: With Characteristics of Those who Speak it in the North by Marmaduke Charles Frederick Morris (1892)
"Efter-clecking, n. F. A brood of chickens, goslings, &c., hatched after the first brood of the season. This word is also applied to the brood in the pi. ..."

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