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Synonyms for clasp

Synonyms for clasp

a device for fastening or for checking motion

the act of embracing

an act or means of holding something

to put one's arms around affectionately

to take firmly with the hand and maintain a hold on

Synonyms for clasp

a fastener (as a buckle or hook) that is used to hold two things together

hold firmly and tightly

fasten with or as if with a brooch

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fasten with a buckle or buckles

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grasp firmly

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Some of my new clutches, such as the bamboo with the Buddha clasp, can be used as home decor.
With pro-flex flexible partials, there are no metal clasps.
The solution is obviously a clasp specially produced for all RAF personnel serving with 205 Strategic Bomber Group.
The Antarctica Service Medal Clasp, with the words "Wintered Over," is only worn on medal's suspension ribbon.
The device would consign to history the dreaded clasp fumbling that often happens in the throes of passion.
The presentationat the headquarters of 194 (BSA) Squadron was organised by the Officer Commanding Warwickshire & Birmingham Wing, Wing Commander Pravin Ladwa who presented Cadet Forces Medals (CFM) and Clasps to the following members: Flight Lieutenant A.
The 1848 Naval General Service Medal with a Trafalgar clasp and the name John Shears was the most sought-after and made pounds 4,800.
Some of the Stars were also issued with clasps on the ribbons denoting presence at a specific campaign or other eligible Star awards.
Or get a party pack with three cubes, three clasps, 50 beads, 100cm cord, two metal clips and one keyring, pounds 18.
KEEPY UPPY She clasps hands to stop dress falling down; HANG ON IN Nicole's white bandeau dress is falling off her slender frame at Sydney premiere; AND HERE'S LOOKING AT YOU, KID.
In Fondest Memory: Arthur Guinness: Guinness lifts the dull metal hinges/of the heart, let the cracked leather/soften and breather/unbuckles the rest/until the clasps groan and give,/ eyelets of silver, winks of gold/ as the old brass disappears and hips/ of metal begin to swing, and in rubbing/sing restraint to its collapse/upon the floor, until the best of all/our clasping and unclasping can begin.
old magazines * ruler * scissors * tacky glue * embroidery thread * small beads * large-eyed needle * jewelry clasps and rings
As each form clasps the other like yin and yang: solid, void, convex and concave merge into one.
micropogon a subordinate acted like a satellite male and stole spawns from the nest-building male, In addition, heterogeneric spawning clasps involv ing a male and female N.
Barbara Boxer, center, clasps hands with Dianne Feinstein, left, and Hillary Rodham Clinton.