noun, plural clo·vers, (especially collectively) clo·ver.
Origin of clover
Related formsclo·vered, adjectiveclo·ver·y, adjective
Examples from the Web for clover
Clover, Mia, Addison, and Jane have developed that typical lasting friendship that comes from rooming together freshman year.Deborah Copaken Kogan’s Novel ‘The Red Book’ Examines the Cult of Achievement|Katharine Herrup|April 4, 2012|DAILY BEAST
They grew up as crop and dairy farmers in Iowa, tending corn, soy, alfalfa, hay, oats and clover.
Clover denies charges that eco-documentaries like End of the Line may overstate or exaggerate their case to raise awareness.
Clover, a longstanding environment campaigner, denies that this support may be a mere flash in the (eco) pan.
It buzzed around the smithy and then lit on a clover blossom by the door.Story Hour Readings: Seventh Year|E.C. Hartwell
The kitten stalked down to the slough in which Four-Leaf and Clover were making their home.Swamp Cat|James Arthur Kjelgaard
Mrs. Hope consented, and Clover walked home as if treading on air.Clover|Susan Coolidge
Patricks clover works by opposite, I guess, but she drove along, her high spirits not a whit repressed by what had happened.The Motor Girls at Lookout Beach|Margaret Penrose
"An ounce of prevention, however, is worth a pound of cure," and the best prevention from washing that I know of is clover.The Apple|Various
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Word Origin for clover
Idioms and Phrases with clover
see like pigs in clover.