from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A simplified spelling of clough.
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To-day I went over the plants, and flopped them, and nipped off feme of the male bloffoms where they were in cluf - ters.
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Dr. Smith fays it borrows its name like many other pla - ces in Ireland, from its fituation, being a cluf - ter of houfcs fpread on the fide of a hill; and derives its name from Dr.im a back, and Afor great, or the great back of a hill; Mr. Beauford, in Coll.
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