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- adverb With a
clawingmotion; with a sharp, raking grip.
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Sheen, so breezy and appealing as Tony Blair in "The Queen," here slips smoothly into the role of David Frost, the English talk-show host and infotainment personality who, as portrayed in "Frost/Nixon," is a bit of a fop and a bit of a poseur, but clawingly ambitious at his core.
The tribute money you mention,  was not as you would clawingly insinuate for no other purpose, than to shew
On the other hand, Coal Black's world is swingin, and perhaps just goes to show how clawingly saccharin 'white' culture really was.