[ kloh ]
/ kloʊ /
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noun, plural clos.French.
a walled vineyard.
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Origin of clos
Words nearby clos
cloque, Cloquet, clorazepate, Clorinda, Cloris, clos, close, close-at-hand, Close, but no cigar, close-by, close call
Other definitions for clos (2 of 2)
abbreviation Real Estate.
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How to use clos in a sentence
They built a wall around it and made it their clos (walled-in vineyard), reserving it for their personal consumption.The Next UNESCO World Heritage Site: Burgundy’s Pinot Noir Country?|Jordan Salcito|May 31, 2014|DAILY BEAST
See two memoirs in this volume by du Clos and le Bœuf, especially the latter, as well as that already mentioned in t. xxiv.
An' pretty soon a bloke called Curly soogested that we go over 'n' steal some more pulky at a Mexy's shanty clos't by.Tramping with Tramps|Josiah Flynt
The occupants of Clos Bourel and Plaisance carefully locked their doors of a night now.A Maid of the Silver Sea|John Oxenham
Or ere her mouth Was clos'd, to shame her at her side appear'd A dame of semblance holy.
Upon the side, That clos'd our path, a liquid crystal fell From the steep rock, and through the sprays above Stream'd showering.