The movie-maker was in his element now, delivering the clincher in an argument.
This proved a clincher, and the lumbermen changed the subject.
Late in 1813, appeared the “Book of Wonders,” “in five parts,” and it was a clincher.
The last remark was intended as a clincher to settle the affair.
She paused, then, for clincher, threw out: He dines here to-morrow.