His hands were fastened on the runners as if they were clamped down with iron.
It looks to me like a shell which has been clamped down by three—no, four screws.
A gray sky was clamped down over all, so dull and monotonous, it seemed that no rainbow tint could ever again brighten the world.
They clamped down hard, grinding shut, compressing with the tightening intensity of a closing vise.
He clamped down firmly on the romantic wanderings of his mind as she started her explanation.
The shutters were clamped down, and even had he been fit and strong he could not have removed them without the aid of tools.
Swiftly they clamped down the hatch tight, and the ship rose again silently into the air.
A big bear trap, with steel jaws, that clamped down on him and held him fast by the leg.
Then she caught me peeking and clamped down a mind screen that made the old so-called "Iron Curtain" resemble a rusty sieve.
Finally Charley put the package of coffee in the coffee-pot and clamped down the lid so that the odor could reach him no longer.