[klench] /klɛntʃ/ verb (used with object) 1. to close (the hands, teeth, etc.) tightly. 2. to grasp firmly; grip. 3. (def 1). 4. (defs 2–4). verb (used without object) 5. to close or knot up tightly: His hands clenched as he faced his enemy. noun 6. the act of clenching. 7. a tight hold; grip. […]
- Clenched fist sign
clenched fist sign n. An indication of the pain of angina pectoris in which an individual presses a clenched fist against the chest as a means of showing its constricting, pressing quality.
/ˌklɛnˈdɪnən/ noun 1. Inga. born 1934. Australian historian and writer. Her books include Reading the Holocaust (1998) and Tiger’s Eye – a Memoir (2000)
[klee-oh] /ˈkli oʊ/ noun 1. a female given name. Clear Language for Expressing Orders