Definition of Clous
1. clou [n] - See also: clou
Lexicographical Neighbors of Clous
Literary usage of Clous
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Roraima and British Guiana: With a Glance at Bermuda, the West Indies, and by John Whetham Boddam-Whetham (1879)
"But the most striking as well as the commonest feature in the national costume of Martinique is the quaint earrings—cinq-clous. These consist of five gold ..."
2. The American Historical Register by Charles Henry Browning (1895)
"Randolph Keim, Mrs. George clous, of Reading; Mrs. Ethan Allen Weaver and Mrs. McCambridge, of Philadelphia; Miss Patterson, Phillipsburg ; Mrs. Charles M. ..."