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  • verb nonstandard Simple past tense and past participle of cling.

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Examples

  • Vivek Prakash/Reuters A man clinged to chains suspended from a bridge as he bathes in rapidly flowing waters of the Ganges river in the Haridwar, considered one of the holiest cities in India by devout Hindus.

    Asia in Pictures

  • They were just static-clinged to his pants and he was clueless.

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  • Vivek Prakash/Reuters A man clinged to chains suspended from a bridge as he bathes in rapidly flowing waters of the Ganges river in the Haridwar, considered one of the holiest cities in India by devout Hindus.

    Asia in Pictures

  • No one believed to be missing has been found alive since Tuesday, but some searchers clinged to hope.

    Kin Keep Vigil at Morgue

  • Degale clinged to an early lead by landing just enough punches to stay ahead of Correa, who failed to emulate his father's gold-medal performance for Cuba in 1972.

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  • I can´t remember clearly what happened for about an hour but I know I clinged to my husband screaming Do anything, cut me up, but take the baby out, I can´t stand this anymore!

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  • I can´t remember clearly what happened for about an hour but I know I clinged to my husband screaming Do anything, cut me up, but take the baby out, I can´t stand this anymore!

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  • Wun of teh dresses relee clinged to my lumps an bumps.

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  • That's essentially where the Wild found themselves this weekend, though they still clinged to a one-point lead over Colorado and Calgary in the Northwest Division after Sunday's game.

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  • It bore the minds of young people like you wouldn't imagine turning them into people that clinged even tighter to movies and computers for any "cultural" influence.

    The Erosion of Thinking

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