cleave[ kleev ]SEE DEFINITION OF cleave
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CLEAVE
If you are true, but not in the same truth with me, cleave to your companions; I will seek my own.
Born and bred to the sea I was, and to the sea I will cleave.
"I believe the Bible says to leave all and cleave unto your wife," returned Garrison.
Does not the Bible say, 'You must leave father and mother, and cleave to me'?
Cleave made a slight gesture, sullen, weary, and determined.
Cleave returned to Tullius and the small fire by the pawpaw bushes.
Cleave dismounted, and came, hat in hand, to the coach window.
It was only Cleave's patient insistence that had procured them at last.
But Cleave's company, by virtue of Cleave himself, was fairly equipped.
Cleave, hatless, bleeding from a bayonet thrust in the arm, ordered the retreat.