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clem

(klɛm) or

clam

vb, clems, clemming, clemmed, clams, clamming or clammed
(when tr, usually passive) dialect English to be hungry or cause to be hungry
[C16: of Germanic origin; related to Dutch, German klemmen to pinch, cramp; compare Old English beclemman to shut in]

clem


Past participle: clemmed
Gerund: clemming

Imperative
clem
clem
Present
I clem
you clem
he/she/it clems
we clem
you clem
they clem
Preterite
I clemmed
you clemmed
he/she/it clemmed
we clemmed
you clemmed
they clemmed
Present Continuous
I am clemming
you are clemming
he/she/it is clemming
we are clemming
you are clemming
they are clemming
Present Perfect
I have clemmed
you have clemmed
he/she/it has clemmed
we have clemmed
you have clemmed
they have clemmed
Past Continuous
I was clemming
you were clemming
he/she/it was clemming
we were clemming
you were clemming
they were clemming
Past Perfect
I had clemmed
you had clemmed
he/she/it had clemmed
we had clemmed
you had clemmed
they had clemmed
Future
I will clem
you will clem
he/she/it will clem
we will clem
you will clem
they will clem
Future Perfect
I will have clemmed
you will have clemmed
he/she/it will have clemmed
we will have clemmed
you will have clemmed
they will have clemmed
Future Continuous
I will be clemming
you will be clemming
he/she/it will be clemming
we will be clemming
you will be clemming
they will be clemming
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been clemming
you have been clemming
he/she/it has been clemming
we have been clemming
you have been clemming
they have been clemming
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been clemming
you will have been clemming
he/she/it will have been clemming
we will have been clemming
you will have been clemming
they will have been clemming
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been clemming
you had been clemming
he/she/it had been clemming
we had been clemming
you had been clemming
they had been clemming
Conditional
I would clem
you would clem
he/she/it would clem
we would clem
you would clem
they would clem
Past Conditional
I would have clemmed
you would have clemmed
he/she/it would have clemmed
we would have clemmed
you would have clemmed
they would have clemmed
References in classic literature ?
This was not a very ceremonious way of rendering homage to a patron saint; but, I believe Old Clem stood in that relation towards smiths.
When Clem hung up his boots -- after his 26th and final cap against France in 1959 -- he picked up a pen, working as The Observer's chief rugby writer for almost 35 years.
Geoff Nicholson and Clem would pool their talents to produce the book Welsh Rugby: The Crowning Years 1968-80, but the latter's initial transition from rugby to reportage was not entirely seamless.
Family flowers only, donations in memory of Clem may be made to The British Heart Foundation c/o Paul Jones, 10 Conway Road, Pontypool, NP4 6HL or Ty Hafan, Hayes Road, Sully CF64 5XX.
He would go buy whole chickens at the store, sit near the edge of the pond and watch Clem feast.
How the chaos unfurling in Richmond affects Javi and Clem matters far more to me than relations between Javi and Kate, who happens to be the wife of David.
The wrestler's lawyers said the website didn't contact him or Clem before they published the story.
Clem joined the Mail in the early 1960s after learning his trade with the Walsall Observer.
The WWE star's lawyer claimed the tape, filmed by Heather's then-husband Bubba Clem, destroyed his client's confidence.
Nielsen sued Clem and "The Bubba Radio Network" personally in a civil suit in October, alleging ratings tampering.
She first leased space for an optometry office in Walmart, where she met nurse's aide Wendy Clem, who was already working in that office.