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Common misspellings for cleave

sleave, leaeve, clearde, leaqve, baleave, relleave, clease, googlewave, clrea, kleave, culerfole, cclear, lieave, clevage, clavearck, leeave, sleav, cleff, belave, cleveage, eclave, beleav, clearl, clearler, releave, clearafy, cleaer, beileave, dleave, beleave, laeve, clevege, collecive, clearfy, klevel, toleave, clevely, leaave, cleart, cvlear, cleaar, bleive, clearefy, elave, levae, i'llhave, geave, cleavege, kalthv, clearrer, cleane, clearley, clearfiy, loeave, cleche, beleafe, cultive, bleve, leeve, keave, clerge, cleevage, colletive, realeave, gleevac, clete, bealeave, bleave, clevedge, cleaveage, cklear, klive, cleavag, clavw, leava, beleaive, culavate, clere, leavea, beliave, cleavge, belaive, bileave, clevr, clevor, couldhave, cleare, twleve, clevar, lelev, blave, clearfie, clearof, collefe, bekleive, relave, clerval, cleshey, clechie, beleavie, lelve, cleaify, claver, cleaverly, boleave, licve, cleve, lleave, cleaser, baleve, pleave, clewar, cleear, kelvar, cleae, blleive, clearyfi, cleaed, clenae, clearey, coheive, couldave, klhave, leaev, clive.

Definitions of cleave

  1.   To split; to part or divide by force; to crack; to part; to open.
  2.   To adhere closely; to stick; to hold fast; to cling.
  3.   To unite or be united closely in interest or affection; to adhere with strong attachment.
  4.   Clave, Cleaved.
  5.   To stick fast cling; adhere.
  6.   come or be in close contact with; stick or hold together and resist separation; " The dress clings to her body"; " The label stuck to the box"; " The sushi rice grains cohere"
  7.   To part; to open; to crack; to separate; as parts of bodies; as, the ground cleaves by frost.
  8.   To fit; to be adapted; to assimilate.
  9.   To stick or adhere: to unite:- pr. p. cleaving; pa. t. cleaved or clave: pa. p. cleaved.
  10.   Cut open; to divide by force.
  11.   separate or cut with a tool, such as a sharp instrument; " cleave the bone"
  12.   To split; to sever.
  13.   To adhere or cling to; to fit.
  14.   To part or open naturally; to divide.
  15.   Cleaving.
  16.   To part or divide by force; to rive; to part or open naturally.
  17.   To part asunder; to crack.
  18.   Cleaved or clave.
  19.   Cleft, cloven, cleaved.
  20.   To stick; to adhere; be attached strongly.
  21.   Cloven or cleft.
  22.   Cleft, clove.
  23.   To divide, to split: to separate with violence.
  24.   Clove or cleft.
  25.   To stick; to adhere.
  26.   To crack; part asunder.
  27.   Cleavable.
  28.   make by cutting into; " The water is going to cleave a channel into the rock"
  29.   To split.
  30.   To cut through; sunder; split.
  31.   To adhere to; to stick to; to be united in interest or affection.
  32.   Cleaved.
  33.   To part asunder: to crack:- pr. p. cleaving; pa. t. clove or cleft; pa. p. cloven or cleft.
  34.   To part or divide by force; to split or rive; to cut.

Usage examples for cleave

  1. We did but follow Nature's plan And cleave to our own; For Life it teaches you but this: Seek you each other; Rise up from your clasp and kiss, A father and a mother. ” – The Village Wife's Lament by Maurice Hewlett
  2. “ I see the better part, and cleave to the worse. ” – Stories from the Italian Poets: With Lives of the Writers, Vol. 2 by Leigh Hunt
  3. He watched her cleave the distance, watched her disappear. ” – Angel Island by Inez Haynes Gillmore
  4. While there are multitudes of admirers of Religion, as one of a higher order of beings altogether above and beyond themselves, there are few who make her the companion of their daily walk- few who take her to themselves and, in the firm conviction that they were made for each other, leave all things else, cleave unto and become one with her. ” – The Portland Sketch Book by Various
  5. “ Mick was bound eventually for one of those ravines which cleave the cliffs' precipitous wall and give access to the shore, generally by a deep- sunken sandy boreen. ” – Stories by English Authors: Ireland by Various
  6. “ " In the ship that like the bird can cleave the air we will fly to them," was the astonishing reply. ” – The Boy Aviators in Africa by Captain Wilbur Lawton
  7. Cleave heaven, and send thy saints that I may say Ev'n to their faces, 'If ye side with William Ye are not noble. ” – Queen Mary and Harold by Alfred Lord Tennyson
  8. Does it mean that toil and action are the price that man shall pay, Striving the strait gait to enter, pressing on the narrow way, Clearing it from shade and hindrance, with strong arm and purpose high, " Raise the stone and thou shalt find Me, cleave the wood and there am I"? ” – Poems with Power to Strengthen the Soul by Various
  9. “ " Yew never promised to starve me wi' ice and snow on Tavy Cleave neither," replied Mary. ” – By Violence by John Trevena
  10. Perhaps, had she been capable of looking into it, the self- evident honesty might have resolved itself into this- that he thoroughly believed in himself; that he meant what he said; and that he offered her nothing he did not prize and cleave to as his own. ” – Thomas Wingfold, Curate by George MacDonald
  11. Let us cleave to the love of this our Head, that we may be enlightened in Christ. ” – True Christianity by Johann Arndt
  12. The only safe rule of all the rules is that which says, " Cleave closely to the principles, let the rules fall where they may." ” – Stammering, Its Cause and Cure by Benjamin Nathaniel Bogue
  13. You cleave to the spirit and turn from the flesh, that I know. ” – The Best Short Stories of 1921 and the Yearbook of the American Short Story by Various
  14. The bulk of members of Parliament will always cleave to their party, as the bulk of electors do, and the dread of being thought singular is a potent influence on the average man, in or out of Parliament. ” – The Rise of the Democracy by Joseph Clayton
  15. “ " The Indians liked to work obsidian; it would cleave so sharp and clean. ” – The Young Alaskans on the Missouri by Emerson Hough
  16. “ I am willing, for well I know you cannot cleave the apple at that distance. ” – Dramatic Reader for Lower Grades by Florence Holbrook
  17. And my life my dead and dread father hath left to thee, as a doom or a blessing; wherefore cleave I to thy side;- cleave we in life and in death to each other! ” – Harold, Complete The Last Of The Saxon Kings by Edward Bulwer-Lytton
  18. “ I was so unlucky as to cleave my way on to the first 'bus of all, with the result that when I descended from it I was a good ten minutes early. ” – If I May by A. A. Milne

Rhymes for cleave

Idioms for cleave

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