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Synonyms for cling

clutch

stick to

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cling to something

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to hold fast

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fruit (especially peach) whose flesh adheres strongly to the pit

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hold on tightly or tenaciously

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And that leads to being clingy and "makulit" with new prospects which, unfortunately, results in more rejection.
If he is clingy, offer him lots of reassurance and support and he will gradually feel more settled about the new place and people.
Sexily clad in a denim micro mini and a clingy top, Celina, is believed to have got richer by Rs 60 lakh for her jig.
Soaps, detergents, and the clingy versions of the new compounds are categorized as surfactants.
a) a clingy friend b) a postmenopausal woman c) a crusty scone.
The new Shanghai outlet adds to the more than 375 stores now operated by the chain famed for its busty waitresses clad in clingy low-cut tank tops and high-cut shorts--an image the company promotes as "delightfully tacky, yet unrefined.
Decked out n Diesel shoes and clingy hot pink shirts, Thailand's "ladyboys" grab their mallets, clamber on the backs of their animals, and ready themselves for a ferocious game of polo.
Robin Williams, Farrah Fawcett, Ron Howard and Victoria Principal weren't ashamed to pimp for their web in tiny Speedos or clingy swimwear.
Chloe's aunt Janice Gaunt said: 'It has been very traumatic for her and she is very clingy.
He's there because his lonely, depressed, clingy mother has taken a job working there, hoping for a new start in a new town, not because he's one of the rich kids who effortlessly belong.
At one point, he jumped onto her, wrapping himself around her body in a display of clingy vulnerability.
When a flimsy shower curtain "attacked" David Schmidt one morning, he peeled the sticky plastic off his bare thigh and decided to solve the mystery of clingy wet curtains.
pages 12-18), helps define what's going on with clingy Catholics like me and reports on the ways theologians are working through the concepts of exclusivism, inclusivism, relativism, and pluralism, which Protestant scholar Eck--who spearheads the Pluralism Project--predicts will be one of the defining issues of this century.
Even though the gowns are sensuous and clingy, as evidenced by the long, fitted gold metallic evening gown designed by John Galliano for Christian Dior, there is a quiet elegance.