to adhere closely; stick; cling (usually followed by to).
to remain faithful (usually followed by to):
to cleave to one’s principles in spite of persecution.
verb cleaves, cleaving, cleft, cleaved, clove, cleft, cleaved, cloven
to split or cause to split, esp along a natural weakness
(transitive) to make by or as if by cutting: to cleave a path
when intr, foll by through. to penetrate or traverse
(intransitive) foll by to. to cling or adhere
a heavy, broad-bladed knife or long-bladed hatchet, especially one used by butchers for cutting meat into joints or pieces. a person or thing that cleaves. Contemporary Examples Why Don’t Black Leaders Demand More of the President? Paul Butler September 23, 2012 Democrats Have Maxed Out the Race Card Ron Christie December 16, 2013 Not Just […]
a North American plant, Galium aparine, of the madder family, having short, hooked bristles on the stems and leaves and bearing very small white flowers. any of certain related species. a heavy, broad-bladed knife or long-bladed hatchet, especially one used by butchers for cutting meat into joints or pieces. a person or thing that cleaves. […]
a city in N Texas, near Fort Worth. Historical Examples From Fort Henry to Corinth Manning Ferguson Force From Fort Henry to Corinth Manning Ferguson Force Chattanooga or Lookout Mountain and Missionary Ridge from Moccasin Point Bradford Ripley Wood Under the Stars and Bars Walter A. Clark Under the Stars and Bars Walter A. Clark […]
verb (transitive) (Scot) (of birds) to hatch to lay or hatch (a plot or scheme) verb (intransitive) often foll by on. to gossip (about); tell (on) noun (often pl) a piece of gossip Historical Examples Letters of Samuel Rutherford Samuel Rutherford