And the clipped privet bush by the trellis and the may tree by the gate.
The "thanks" clipped like a steel trap, and the business was completed.
Only the point of it stuck up; the rest was clipped as clean as a rat-terrier's.
Dilly rose, and, as some one afterwards said, "clipped it right up to him."
It ranged high, moreover, and only clipped away a bit of the roof.
Her eyelashes had been clipped; the line of her brows altered.
He at once clipped his wings, and taking him home at night, gave him to his children.
I clipped them first—that gave the Martian a chance to get away.
They had clipped his hair in the hospital, and it had not grown again.
His mouth moved in what, if audible, would have been clipped, burning accents.