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clobber (informal) to strike hard; beat up.
clock1 a device, other than a watch, for measuring and showing the time. [2 definitions]
clockwise in or turning in the direction in which a clock's hands turn.
clod a lump of earth or clay. [2 definitions]
clog to block passage along or through. [3 definitions]
cloister a place such as a monastery or convent where people live quiet, spiritual lives. [2 definitions]
clop a sharp, hollow sound. [2 definitions]
close to stop up; shut. [14 definitions]
close in on to come near to or surround in order to capture.
closely carefully and with attention. [2 definitions]
closet a small room for storing things such as clothes or supplies.
close-up a picture taken very close to someone or something to show details. Close-ups are taken in still photographs and films for television and movies.
clot a thick lump or mass of liquid, such as blood. [2 definitions]
cloth material made by weaving threads of cotton, wool, nylon, or other fibers; fabric. [2 definitions]
clothe to put clothing on; dress.
clothes things worn on the body, such as pants, shirts, and dresses; clothing; garments.
clothespin a clip or forked peg of wood or plastic, used to hold clothes on a line for drying.
clothing things worn to cover the body; clothes.
cloud a white or gray mass of fine drops of water or ice high in the earth's atmosphere. [5 definitions]
cloudburst a sudden, heavy rainfall.
cloudy covered by or filled with clouds. [2 definitions]