Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To clench.
- To finish; complete.
- n. A cliff; a rocky shore.
- n. A hard or flinty rock; any large hard stone; a large coarse stone used in the game of curling.
- n. plural Crevices among bare limestone rocks.
- n. plural The shelving sides of a river.
- n. A male given name
- Diminutive of Clinton (Wiktionary)
“Clint is one of my randomly-generated NPC Adventurers.”
“That stubby cigar, the poncho thrown aside to reveal that .45, those steely eyes, Clint is truly a great actor, tho I find it hypocritical of him to adopt the anti-hunting stance that he has in light of all the shootem-ups he has made over time.”
“Things you might have wondered: No, being Clint is not a full-time job.”
“He thinks his life is over, so he calls Clint and admits what he did.”
“Since Clint is big into alegory, I bet it's his last.”
“John was a strong, silent type, but Clint is a hardcore anti-hero.”
“Clint is getting older, yes, but the role fits him.”
“Sounds a bit movie of the week-ish but Clint is the man, at this stage I'd be happy to watch him wash dishes onscreen (he's soooo damn charismatic).”
“Clint is 78 years old and all he had to say was "Shut your face.”
“I try to be selective with my improvising," said Jason Butler Harner, who is her co-star in Clint Eastwood's upcoming "Changeling.”
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