a of paper printed on one side for convenience in cutting and reprinting, containing news items, features, cartoons, etc., and distributed by public relations firms, publishers, and similar organizations.
/ˈklɪpˌʃiːrz/ noun 1. a Scot dialect name for an earwig
[klip] /klɪp/ verb (used with object), clipped, clipped or clipt, clipping. 1. to cut, or cut off or out, as with shears: to clip a rose from a bush. 2. to trim by cutting: to clip a hedge. 3. to cut or trim the hair or fleece of; shear: to clip a poodle. 4. to […]
[kloot; Scot. klyt] /klut; Scot. klüt/ noun, Scot. and North England. 1. a cloven hoof; one of the divisions of the cloven hoof of the swine, sheep, etc. 2. (usually initial capital letter). Often, Cloots. Satan; the devil.
[kloo-tee; Scot. kly-tee] /ˈklu ti; Scot. ˈklü ti/ noun, Scot. and North England. 1. (usually initial capital letter) (def 2). n. also Clutie, “the devil,” 1785, Scottish, literally “hoofed,” from cloot “hoof, division of a hoof,” from Old Norse klo “claw” (see claw (n.)).