Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun Variants of clad, preterit of clothe.

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Examples

  • It cir-cled its unremarkable but benign star as it had for eons, out of the way and unnoticed, its distinctive denizens living out their lives in contentment and in'difference to the rest of the universe.

    The Chronicles of Riddick

  • Gulls and cormorants cir - cled overhead, their cries echoing eerily off the cliff walls.

    Ilse Witch

  • The warmth that infused him drew back, and the light that encir - cled the blade faded.

    Ilse Witch

  • Shamus had been with him on that journey to the Barbacan, when the goblins had encir - cled them, closing in.

    Mortalis

  • Shamus had been with him on that journey to the Barbacan, when the goblins had encir - cled them, closing in.

    Mortalis

  • Forcing herself to stroll, she cir-cled the wagon.

    The Black Wing

  • At some distance it dipped a wing, circled gracefully to the left, came about, and cir - cled above the village, high and tiny in the sun.

    The Gates of Thorbardin

  • The monster's hands completely encir - cled her, binding her arms to her sides so that all she could move was her head and her feet.

    The Gates of Thorbardin

  • At some distance it dipped a wing, circled gracefully to the left, came about, and cir - cled above the village, high and tiny in the sun.

    The Gates of Thorbardin

  • The trail disap - peared short of the hill, but Wingover made left and cir - cled around it, his eyes roving the landscape.

    The Gates of Thorbardin

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