A Word A Day : Clutch
Word of 3rd May 2007: A Word A Day-Clutch
Clutch ( Verb )
A drowning man will clutch
at a straw.Synonyms:
A good administration is one that can have a grip
of the circumstances and tackle each problem on merit.
The shrewd seize
the opportunity of accomplishment at the right moment.
I threw a ball to her and she caught
The government released
all the aged prisoners on the Independence Day.
The government has ordered all agricultural landlords to liberate
the bonded labor from compulsory work.
This has led to the emancipation
of the bonded labor that now has their wider opportunities of work of their choice.
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