verb (used with object), claught or cleeked or claucht, cleeked, cleek·ing.
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Origin of cleek
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Example sentences from the Web for cleek
A long cleek laid his ball off the green, a good approach stopped a little short of the hole, and the put went down.
A drive with a wooden club is almost sure to carry into the swamp, and only a careful cleek shot is safe.
Booverman sighted the hole, and then took his stance; but the cleek in his hand shook like an aspen.
No, but Cleek of what do you call your quarters—eh—ah—Scot-land Yard—eh—yes, he might!
If there were geraniums and fuchsias much would depend upon it, Cleek had murmured.