- n. Plural form of clipping.
“Your buddy says "I guess I shouldn't have been feeding him fresh lawn clippings from the mower bag all last week so let's call the vet before it's too late".”
“I have not posted the other altered box, but it has clippings from the Victorian Trading Co. catalog.”
“When people start handing you clippings from the newspaper and say things like, “This story about chocolate-covered bacon made me think of you!””
“Derrick Bostrom's newspaper clippings from the 1980s”
“Especially since I have so many yellowed-with-age clippings from the Chronicle through the years, having the recipe file online certainly cuts down on the clutter.”
“The site includes a selection of photographs and the manuscript of “Pipetown Sandy,” Sousaâ€ ™ s semiautobiographical novel of a boyâ€ ™ s adventures in Civil War-era Washington, D.C. Copies of programs and press clippings from the bandâ€ ™ s 1919-20 North American tour press books appear courtesy of the U.S. Marine Band Library.”
“My mom would send me clippings from the Houston Chronicle of favorite recipes (these were the dark, pre-Internet days), all appreciated, but not quite what I was missing.”
“Ralph Payne, the Liberal candidiate for St. Barbe, presented cheques totalling nearly $10,000 on behalf of the government, according to media clippings from the Northern Peninsula.”
“Often it's an envelope full of clippings from the English newspapers, writing about the knife crime, the nulabor government's latest silliness, etc.”
“February 11th, 2010 at 1: 34 pm tombaker says: randy just wants to be respected for his considerable collection of cherry-picked, dog-eared newspaper clippings. is that so wrong?”
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Items of little or no value that are left behind by physical or biological processes other than passing through an alimentary canal. See also Valse's Leftovers and reesetee's Hogwash! for other tak...
Things of a vestigial nature.
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