View definitions for clads
verb as in attire
verb as in dress
verb as in face
Of course, he had no iron-clads, for the Monitor had just fought its great battle and no other iron-clads had been built.
He had a number of iron-clad boats under him, some of them having iron so thin that they were called tin-clads.
In addition they had several iron clads in the James River to assist in the defense of Richmond.
He sends it to them, and he even asks for iron-clads to compel the Japanese and the Chinese to hear his gospel.
The (p. 931) heavy iron-clads made but slow progress, and were scorched and blistered with the heat.
On this page you'll find 125 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to clads, such as: deck out, accoutre, array, clad, costume, and deck.
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