- Arthur Hugh,1819–61, English poet.
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Examples from the Web for clough
A home is a refuge, and you have made The Clough so charming.The Lady of the Basement Flat
Mrs. George de Horne Vaizey
Calling Master Clough, he and I, with others, hurried to the door.
Master Clough was, however, in the meantime thinking about his wife.
Master Clough, of course, said that he hoped to do so ere long.
I was well pleased with the reception which Madam Clough gave Aveline.
- dialect a gorge or narrow ravine
Old English clōh
- Arthur Hugh. 1819–61, British poet, author of Amours de Voyage (1858) and Dipsychus (1865)
- Brian. 1935–2004, English footballer and manager
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Word Origin and History for clough
"ravine with a river," Old English cloh (in place names), of uncertain origin.
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