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Definition of Clinch
ClinchClinch Clinch (kl[i^]nch; 224), v. t. [imp. & p. p.
Clinched; p. pr. & vb. n. Clinching.] [OE. clenchen,
prop. causative of clink to cause to clink, to strike; cf. D.
klinken to tinkle, rivet. See Clink.]
1. To hold firmly; to hold fast by grasping or embracing
tightly. ``Clinch the pointed spear.' --Dryden.
2. To set closely together; to close tightly; as, to clinch
the teeth or the first. --Swift.
3. To bend or turn over the point of (something that has been
driven through an object), so that it will hold fast; as,
to clinch a nail.
4. To make conclusive; to confirm; to establish; as, to
clinch an argument. --South.
Clinch Clinch, v. i.
To hold fast; to grasp something firmly; to seize or grasp
Meaning of Clinch from wikipedia
to: Nail (fastener) or device
to hold in this way Clinching
, in metalworking Clinch fighting
or the clinch
, a grappling position
- Fort Clinch
is a 19th-century masonry coastal
as part of the Third System
of seacoast defense conceived
by the United
States. It is...
- Rev. Dr. John Clinch
(January 9, 1749 – November
22, 1819) was a clergyman-physician credited
man to practice vaccination
or press-joining is a bulk-sheet metal-forming process aimed
thin metal sheet without additional
components, using special
- Clinch fighting
is the part of stand-up fighting where
in a clinch
, typically using clinch
- Clinch Mountain
is a mountain ridge
in the U.S. states
and Virginia, lying
in the ridge-and-valley section
of the Appalachian
- striking. Clinch
: Judo, Catch
Wrestling, Greco-Roman wrestling, Luta Livre, Sambo, and Wushu Sanshou
to improve clinching
tie is a grappling clinch
hold that is used to control
the opponent. It is performed
from the front
of the opponent
- The Clinch River rises
near Tazewell, Virginia, and flows southwest
for more than 300 miles
(480 km) through
the Great Appalachian
- A swage
nut or self-clinching
nut is a type of nut or threaded insert
that is used on sheet
metal. It permanently anchors itself
to the sheet metal
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