Origin of clyde
Examples from the Web for clyde
Contemporary Examples of clyde
They unleashed a hail of bullets to rival the final scene in ‘Bonnie and Clyde.’The Cleveland Cops Who Fired 137 Shots and Cried Victim
December 2, 2014
It has retained a crisis public relations firm, The Clyde Group, and disputed the CIR investigation in other media.Why the University of Phoenix’s Favorite Congressman Killed the GI College Aid Bill
July 24, 2014
All of them, Tuff and Kellie and Clyde and Elsie, like to take this wherever they go: He died doing what he wanted to do.
“Lane done what not many people do,” Clyde Frost said in front of his home.
“If anything got in the way of a rodeo, like a ball game, the ball game would have to wait,” Clyde Frost said.
Historical Examples of clyde
"You've changed, Clyde," Beryl was saying as she hugged him.
"Clyde's sick and I have to take care of him," she said anxiously.
He wondered what kind of pictures Clyde was seeing on the blank wall.
Then the yacht clubs from the Fraser to the Thames and Clyde.Submarine Warfare of To-day
Charles W. Domville-Fife
The Clyde Trevors asked me, and we can have supper with them.Blue-grass and Broadway
Maria Thompson Daviess
masc. proper name, from the family name, from the region of the Clyde River in Scotland (see Clydesdale). Most popular in U.S. for boys c.1890-1910, falling off rapidly thereafter, hence probably its use in 1940s teenager slang for "a square, one not versed in popular music or culture."