verb (used with object), claught or cleeked or claucht, cleeked, cleek·ing.
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Origin of cleek
Examples from the Web for cleek
It was a tryst—the lovers' meeting upon which Cleek had built such high hopes and upon which he had blundered by the merest fluke.
While Cleek was speaking they were moving along the strange passage and soon noticed that they were walking up an incline.The Riddle of the Purple Emperor|Mary E. Hanshew and Thomas W. Hanshew
The man stopped suddenly and, bending forward, peered up under Cleek's tweed cap into the face beneath it.The Riddle of the Spinning Wheel|Mary E. Hanshew
Cleek, Mr. Narkom and young Wilson—very much agitated at the coming ordeal—brought up the rear.
Nobody, nobody on God's earth could have told you that, Mr. Cleek, for no living soul was there.