Origin of clause
OTHER WORDS FROM clauseclausal, adjectivesub·claus·al, adjectivesubclause, noun
WORDS THAT MAY BE CONFUSED WITH clauseclause , claws
How to use clause in a sentence
Senhor José remains stationary, but this lengthy series of clauses propels the reader along an unmarked path.
Specifically, more couples are beginning to request digital privacy clauses in prenuptial and post-nuptial agreements.
But public figures are not the only ones who need to weigh the costs and benefits of digital privacy clauses.
Activists say they've come across contracts with all sorts of unreasonable and downright illegal clauses.
Italy and Greece both have clauses under which women can give birth anonymously.
Then followed various clauses defining the duties and authority with which Mr. Hunt, as Manager, was invested.
They might beat government on different clauses; but all that was done in the committee might be undone on bringing up the report.
On these grounds, therefore, he moved that the first and second clauses of the bill should be postponed.
In these sentiments the lord-chancellor coincided; the clauses, he said, were as necessary as any others.
On a division, the motion to omit all the appropriation clauses was carried by one hundred and thirty-eight against forty-one.