clinker

[ kling-ker ]SEE DEFINITION OF clinker

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Clinker perceived the progress he had made, and repined in secret.

The very day after I wrote my last, Clinker was set at liberty.

"Well, we are here," said Artie, after Clinker's wound had been examined and dressed.

Clinker can rouse out every Unionist within two miles of here.

Soon they came in sight of General, Clinker, and one other of the slaves.

The first man we encountered was Clinker, the master-at-arms.

"I thought it looked too easy," I sighed, waiting for the clinker.

The 'King's Fisher,' (p. 153) as the sketch shows, was clinker built.

He examined this "clinker" after it cooled, and it interested him.

There was the clinker kiln, where a whole burning of bricks was spoiled.

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