Definitions

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  • proper noun A diminutive of the female given name Clementine.

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Examples

  • The sugar-free ice cream - called Clemmy's Ice Cream, in six flavors - doesn't earn

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  • I go towards the personal moments between Clemmy and Churchill.

    Master of War

  • ‘More witnessing for you and me, perhaps, Clemmy!’

    The Battle of Life

  • ‘More witnessing for you and me, perhaps, Clemmy!’

    The Battle of Life

  • ‘What a natural you are, Clemmy!’ he said, shaking his head, with an infinite relish of the joke, and wiping his eyes.

    The Battle of Life

  • ‘What a natural you are, Clemmy!’ he said, shaking his head, with an infinite relish of the joke, and wiping his eyes.

    The Battle of Life

  • Clemmy saw the name on the rifle, he asked what it meant and I told him it was named after a pal of mine back home in the U.S.A.

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  • 'What a natural you are, Clemmy!' he said, shaking his head, with an infinite relish of the joke, and wiping his eyes.

    Battle of Life

  • 'If you're frightened out of your life by a lantern, Clemmy,' said Mr. Britain, composedly blowing it out and hanging it up again, 'that apparition's very soon got rid of.

    Battle of Life

  • 'More witnessing for you and me, perhaps, Clemmy!'

    Battle of Life

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