English words and Examples of Usage

Example Sentences for "clamp"

The dog clamped his teeth on my pant leg, and wouldn't let goWe clamped the two boards together, and glued them.

The dog clamped his teeth on my pant leg, and wouldn't let go.

We need to clamp the microphone to the stand somehow.

The attacker had his arm clamped around the victim's neck.

The police clamped the suspect's arms behind his back with handcuffs, and threw him in the patrol car.

The child clamped her lips together, and refused to speak.

This portable lamp can be clamped onto any table or desk.

Once the dog had clamped its jaws on the cat's neck, it wouldn't let go until the animal was dead.

Can you loosen the clamps on the wood so I can move it a bit?

The kidnapper clamped his hand over the child's mouth, and began to drag her out of the house.

Someone once said that one look around us ought to show that all our arbitrary measures and bounds have been clamped on us by mankind.

The old man clamped his pipe between his teeth and walked off.

When the band came on stage, the girls started screaming with excitement, and the boys all clamped their hands over their ears.

The incision in his chest was clamped open, and his heart was visible.

My little girl clamped her arms around my leg, and tried to hide behind my skirt the first time she saw the horse at the farm.


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