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- v. Present participle of clash.
- n. A clash; the sound or action of clashing; violent collision.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The action of the verb clash, in any sense; specifically, opposition; contention; dispute.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. sharply and harshly discordant
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Last week, a blitz to the glitz of Las Vegas resulted in clashing and trashing between Camille and Kyle.
After two full-fledged weeks of coins clashing and crashing into the jugs set up in Branksome's hallowed halls, an astonishing $9,000 worth of pennies had been collected.
But now, anything is possible: If there are people and parties arguing and clashing, that is because they are free to do so.
Begun as a soft, reverent chant, it was now a triumphal march, a celebratory paean accompanied by a tim - pani of sword clashing against shield, of stomping feet and clap - ping hands.
He was equipped in a wonderful solidity of armour, with a hard, carven helmet on his head, a splendid red-bossed shield swinging on his shoulder, a wide-grooved, straight sword clashing along his thigh.
We Canadians think we can fight and you need not go out to Woodbridge Fair to know that when a man thinks he can fight he is not long in clashing.
All the luxuriousness of his verse has gone, and the lines ring like sword clashing against sword.
He flings his sword clashing into one scale, and it weighs down all that is in the other.
I had no time to reflect -- just enough to leap back a pace or two, so as to bring all three of them in front of me, when I found my sword clashing against their blades, and parrying their blows one after the other.
Weissmuller recalls clashing with the nuns on campus.