The Daily Pic: Beverly Semmes's clay and Freddie Brice's paint collide in New York.
Only hot water can be consumed, and the minimal amounts of food acceptable must never be cooked in a clay pot.
“I always knew that clay would run one day, there was no doubt in my mind,” she says.
The awards have no golden statuette or fat check—only a plaster foot—reminding all writers that they have feet of clay.
Imagine Vogue published on clay tablets; the scent strips alone could break your toe.
They are composed of clay mixed with gravel, and covered with a wall of amygdaloid.
clay gathered up the “colors” it touched like so much quicksilver.
He takes an unsightly piece of clay and moulds it into a thing divine.'
And yet the clay, even for bricks, must be of the right kind.
clay replied with a wink, and so I made my way out as swiftly as I could.
Old English clæg "stiff, sticky earth; clay," from West Germanic *klaijaz (cf. Old High German kliwa "bran," German Kleie, Old Frisian klai "clay," Old Saxon klei, Middle Dutch clei, Danish klæg "clay;" also Old English clæman, Old Norse kleima, Old High German kleiman "to cover with clay"), from PIE root *glei- "clay" (cf. Greek gloios "sticky matter;" Latin gluten "glue;" Old Church Slavonic glina "clay," glenu "slime, mucus;" Old Irish glenim "I cleave, adhere").
in Scripture, the stuff from which the body of the first man was formed; hence "human body" (especially when dead). Clay pigeon is from 1888. Feet of clay "fundamental weakness" is from Dan. ii:33.