Did you by any chance mean cleared?
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of cleat.
“It was the "cluk-cluk" of water moving about inside the butt, its motion being caused by the pitching of the ship, and a slight rolling of the cask itself, which had not been steadily "cleated" in its place.”
“Daniella Zalcman Here, fishermen in their cleated boots freely clomp around with heavy sleds in tow.”
“The fishermen in their cleated boots freely clomp around with heavy sleds in tow.”
“The men cleated off the lines and leaped for the deck of the undead ship, careful to avoid the spots eaten by acid.”
“One day on the Pinguino, I cleated a line for Captain Alden and he quickly rushed to the bow to check my work.”
“Spain committed its own fouls, to be sure, but in contrast to the vicious ones of the Dutch -- the most egregious coming early in the game, when Nigel de Jong planted his cleats in the chest of Xabi Alonso -- Spain's fouls looked like rightful self-defense, an impression reinforced the more frequently de Jong's cleated foul was replayed in slow-motion.”
“It's a place that fills with blue-collar workers, harried parents and cleated kids 'soccer teams, still sweaty and grass-stained from their games.”
“Finally they threw a blanket over me and gave me a pair of terrycloth slippers so I could remove my cleated cycling shoes.”
“You launch punches from the balls of your feet, kind of hard to do in cleated cycling shoes.”
“I became very adept at quickly grabbing my pump or just using my cleated shoes and giving cars a swift hit/kick if they tried to brush past me.”
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