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- adjective Obsolete form of
- verb obsolete Simple past tense and past participle of
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"Onct agin do I escape deth!" said the Juke between his clencht teeth, still on the jibpoop.
Without speaking a word he wrested her fast-claspt hands asunder; but in the left she kept the crucifix tightly clencht.
Pietro started up as in a frenzy, thrust and struck about him with clencht fists, and seemed to spread himself out to a gigantic size.
With a loud scream the magician started from his seat, clencht his fists, and foamed at the mouth; he seemed in his fury of a gigantic size.
No, no! Your noble onnur has a clencht it; take her now she is in the humour.