Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun A variant of clithe. See clithe, and quotation under clive.

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Examples

  • When the bomb is detonated, the two subcritical masses clide to form one supercritical mass.

    NY Daily News

  • Thingiverse user clide made this awesome folding business card that can be loaded with a "magazine" of 10 US pennies and will shoot them out one at a time under rubber-band power.

    MAKE Magazine

  • As one woman told me, "No matter how much you love lobster, if you get it too much you will clide."

    JamaicaObserver.com | Lead Stories

  • - pubs. acs.org ... discuss the Pb, Cd, PCB, and selected hydrocarbon and transuranic radionu-clide data ...

    WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

  • - pubs. acs.org ... discuss the Pb, Cd, PCB, and selected hydrocarbon and transuranic radionu-clide data ...

    WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

  • (clide ... from cloyed, past tense of cloy) So that's a concern.

    JamaicaObserver.com | Lead Stories

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