claim[ kleym ]SEE DEFINITION OF claim
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CLAIM
Accept them for a dowry; and allow me to claim one privilege in return.
I claim it as the price of coming, you know, when I was only an afterthought.
From evil—physical, moral, and political—it is not our claim to be exempt.
It is not necessary to claim that it has always worked perfectly.
Many volumes of poetry put in their claim to immortality every year.
He came recommended by no claim in the world except the will of the Duke.
There is no sect which does not claim more than all mankind can claim.
She was a Christian from childhood, but she said that she was ashamed to claim the name.
It might be an evil start to come to his door so late and claim the shelter of his roof.
He couldn't win anything else, and if anybody wants to claim him they can.