verb (used with object), clued, clu·ing.
- to provide with useful or reliable information: Clue us in on how these forms are to be filled out.
- to make familiar or aware: Has she been clued in about the rules of this office?
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Origin of clue
Example sentences from the Web for clue
You responded to each clue correctly before either of your opponents could.
You respond to each clue correctly before either of your opponents can.
Disoriented, without a clue where he might be in relation to the outside world.
If she could go on a boat and across the world not having a clue what lay ahead, then I must have that confidence somewhere, too, she thought.Recreating Historical Adventures in Old-Fashioned Gear|Ailsa Ross|November 12, 2020|Outside Online
An Internet search for the person has not yielded any clues.
A new bunch of men had arrived—we felt like veterans as we gave them a hand at cluing their hammocks—and say, advice!Over the Seas for Uncle Sam|Elaine Sterne
British Dictionary definitions for clue
- to be completely baffled
- to be completely ignorant or incompetent