Christmas Day is in our grasp, so long as we have hands to clasp.
He lets her stare deep into his eyes, clasp his hands for meaningful conversation, caress his face, and even lean in for a kiss.
On the pink cotton inside lay a clasp of black onyx, on which was inlaid a curious symbol or letter in gold.
She fiddles with a black vinyl clutch bag with a plastic rhinestone on the clasp.
Normally of good balance, I found myself reaching for the handrail, unable to clasp it for the refreshments in my hands.
A written word, a clasp of the hand, may furnish documents for the study of the individual.
The clasp, you see, is a turquoise; I believe, rather a fine one.
Fleda took her hand, and her clasp of it was a reiteration of a promise already given.
She left in Paul's clasp the hand by which he had led her out on the floor.
A delicately sculptured laurel-branch is woven into a victor's crown and laid lightly on the tresses it scarcely seems to clasp.
A part of a removable partial denture that directly retains or stabilizes a denture.