verb (used with object)
Origin of clay1
Related formsclay·like, adjectiveun·clayed, adjective
Definition for clay (2 of 3)
Origin of clay2
Definition for clay (3 of 3)
Examples from the Web for clay
But, together, Webster, Clay, and Calhoun delayed the Civil War for 40 years.
Clay engineered the morally indefensible Missouri Compromise.
It just changed into something quite dark and unattractive with Clay, and was a unique moment in my artistic career.
Horace was athletic and clever, known, probably apocryphally, as the fastest cotton picker in Clay County.
Further, as Grimes shouts “pull,” to indicate the release of the clay target, she closes one eye.Alison Lundergan Grimes’s New TV Ad Is One Big Gun Gaffe|Tim Mak|September 16, 2014|DAILY BEAST
I wandered on, heavy sniping hissing over my head or into the parapet, covering me with clay occasionally.Letters of Lt.-Col. George Brenton Laurie|George Brenton Laurie
Clay, to be precise, is a silicate of alumina, a term which is interesting when it is explained.The Romance of War Inventions|Thomas W. Corbin
In this Clay was conspicuous, and Webster and Calhoun were his sympathetic allies.Expansion and Conflict|William E. Dodd
It was in turning little things like these to account, that Mr. Clay, in the earlier period of his career, was so remarkable.
It is therefore necessary to deal with clay in this chapter and follow with a consideration of metal in another chapter.Industrial Arts Design|William H. Varnum
British Dictionary definitions for clay (1 of 2)
Derived Formsclayey, clayish or claylike, adjective
Word Origin for clay
British Dictionary definitions for clay (2 of 2)
Science definitions for clay
Idioms and Phrases with clay
In addition to the idiom beginning with clay
- clay pigeon
- feet of clay