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- n. Silence.
- interj. Silence; hush
- adj. Silent; glum.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- interj. Silence; hush.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Silence: also used as an exclamation to command silence.
- Silent; glum.
- An obsolete or dialectal preterit of climb.
- To handle roughly.
- To clutch.
After Jeff cut off Dexter's curly locks, I gathered the clipped clum ...
I've always been intrigued by the essentially clum...
Colour stormed into her face and she grabbed clum sily for her towel, holding it in front of her defensively, just as if there was an inch of her that he'd left undis covered.
While it was still some paces away, its thick-fingered hands, almost as clum - sy as Furtig's own when he tried to use some delicate lair tool, thumbed something at throat level.
I clum in the window so's I wouldn't freeze while I was waiting for Cherry, and I guess I went to sleep.
He went off a little ways fum de house en clum a 'simmon stump en got up dar en' gun ter holler.
"Mom locked me in a room, but I opened a window an 'clum out."
She said he just clum the walls in so much misery that night.
Somehow, dough, he got 'way from de ole dog, and clum a tree.
Somehow, dough, he got away from de ole dog, and clum a tree.