verb (used with object)
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Origin of cleat
Example sentences from the Web for cleat
Philip Rivers announced he is hanging up his cleats after 17 seasons in the NFL.Sorry, but Philip Rivers is not a Hall of Fame quarterback|Neil Greenberg|January 22, 2021|Washington Post
So, too, is tailback Alvin Kamara, who’s playing in eye-catching, bright Christmas cleats, one red and one green.
“I think Alvin Kamara should wear these cleats every day,” analyst Troy Aikman said during the Fox broadcast.
Kamara, playing with resplendently festive cleats, one red and one green, amassed 96 rushing yards and had touchdown runs of 40, one and five yards.
Kamara, the spectacular tailback who was resplendent in a pair of Christmas cleats — one red and one green — ran for six touchdowns, matching the single-game NFL mark.
Some were floating against the roof, and some were entangled in the cleated chairs.A Crime of the Under-seas|Guy Boothby
He drew himself up, and this time his cleated foot cut through snow to stone, and slipped, but his hold was too good.A Matter of Proportion|Anne Walker
These cables should be securely cleated to the wall about six inches below the outfit.The Automobile Storage Battery|O. A. Witte
When the man had gone down the cleated runway and John was raising his line for another layer of bricks, Cavanaugh sighed deeply.The Cottage of Delight|Will N. Harben
Down on Ralphs head came a bulky object as he started up the cleated side of the barn.Ralph, the Train Dispatcher|Allen Chapman