clawed clawed  /ˈklɔd/

Definition(s):

  1. (adj) having or resembling a claw or claws; often used as a combining form
  2. (adj) (of predatory animals) armed with claws or talons

News

  1. Comeback bid falls short in 11th in Cumpton's debut

    After the Pirates had clawed into a tie on Travis Snider's homer with one out in the ninth, the Dodgers scored twice in the 11th to take a 5-3 win over the Pirates on Saturday at PNC Park.
    on June 16, 2013     Source: Pittsburgh Pirates

  2. Scoreboard

    Softball W-MU 4 L&M 3 The Wolves clawed out a narrow win over their SEISC North foe to end their eight-game skid. New London 2 Central Lee 0 Morgan Christner pitched a one-hitter, and the Tigers were able to translate their four hits into two runs for an SEISC South victory on Thursday. Baseball Lone Tree 12 New London 7 Lone Tree had 12 singles for 12 runs to claim a Thursday-night victory over ...
    on June 15, 2013     Source: Mt. Pleasant News

  3. Claw of the land

    Brooklyn has clawed its way to the top of the food chain. The Red Hook Lobster Pound was voted the country’s best food truck by the Web site The Daily Meal, which examined 450 trucks in 40 cities to compile a list of the country’s 101 best. “I...
    on June 14, 2013     Source: New York Post

Quotes

  1. "I scratched and clawed through mud and barbed wire and you just glided in on a dogsled wearing your pageant sash and your Tina Fey glasses," Poehler said at one point.
    on Sep 15, 2008 By: Amy Poehler Source: Philadelphia Daily News

  2. "We got a little stagnant and our rhythm wasn't what we like it to be," said Bryant. "We played well enough to almost steal the game but they played a lot more physical than we did and scrapped and clawed their way to victory. We have to...
    on Jun 7, 2008 By: Kobe Bryant Source: Times Online

  3. "It's been a while since I felt this well about a game, the way we played," Garcia said after throwing for 312 yards and three touchdowns. "We never gave up, scratched and clawed for every inch out there."
    on Dec 4, 2006 By: Jeff Garcia Source: USA Today

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