from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. Alternative form of clutch.
- n. Alternative form of clutch.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To clutch; catch.
- To stick; adhere; become thick or glutinous.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Once he waved away a briefing paper with a cry of: "This is simply clitch, clitch, clitch."
• Finally, "clitch, clitch, clitch", we said, poking fun at politicians who mangle their pronunciation.
I have experienced this before and thought maybe it was a clitch or that it did not meet editorial policy.
Don't laugh - seriously, titter ye not; these things have their uses, and, to add clitch upon clitch as my dad used to say, if it works for you don't knock it.
I assure ye, Pa'son Tarkenham, that in the clitch o 'my knees, where the rain used to come through when I was cutting clots for the new lawn, in old my lady's time, 'tis as if rats wez gnawing, every now and then.
Now my problem is a bit of a clitch (kind of an interesting one but unwanted)
Tarkenham, that in the clitch o’ my knees, where the rain used to come through when I was cutting clots for the new lawn, in old my lady’s time, ’tis as if rats wez gnawing, every now and then.