clamp[ klamp ]SEE DEFINITION OF clamp
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CLAMP
The boards are then placed in a vise or clamp and allowed to remain there over night.
The clamp may be made of flat or round spring brass or bronze.
Why not just clamp onto him, and keep track of him that way?
It was wuth ridin' a clamp from here to Mill Flat to hear her sing.
When the glue is dry, they are used as corners on which to clamp the handscrews.
He wondered if Milt would have to clamp on the controls again.
You just take this so, fasten it with this clamp, and start the machine.
Paresi swatted the first-aid kit as he carried it back to its clamp.
Then he permitted Henry to clamp on the receivers and listen in.
Clamp them together with the ends square and lay out the mortises all at once.