clitch


clitch
\\ˈklich\ verb (-ed/-ing/-es)
Etymology: Middle English clicchen, clycchen, from Old English clyccan — more at clutch
1. dialect England : to grasp tightly : clutch
2. dialect England : to cause to adhere : stick together
dialect England : to stick together : adhere

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