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Clinch (Grose 1811 Dictionary)

Clinch

A pun or quibble. To clinch, or to clinch the nail; to confirm an improbable story by another: as, A man swore he drove a tenpenny nail through the moon; a bystander said it was true, for he was on the other side and clinched it.

Definition taken from The 1811 Dictionary of the Vulgar Tongue, originally by Francis Grose.

Climb * Clink

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Clear
Cleaver
Clean
Clerked
Cleymes
Click
To Click
Clicker
Clicket
Climb
Clinch
Clink
Clinkers
To Clip
Cloak Twitchers
Clod Hopper
Clod Pate
Clod Pole
Close
Close-fisted
Closh