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claw US English

A curved pointed horny nail on each digit of the foot in birds, lizards, and some mammals

claw US Thesaurus

a bird's claw

bear claw US English

A filled pastry made from a folded circle of dough with slits cut in it

claw foot US English

A foot on a piece of furniture or a standing fixture, shaped to resemble a claw

claw hammer US English

A hammer with one side of the head split and curved, used for extracting nails

devil's claw US English

A plant whose seedpods bear clawlike hooks that can harm livestock

lobster claw US English

A tropical American plant with brightly colored flowers that resemble a lobster claw, each being composed of boat-shaped bracts

claw something back US English

(Of a government) recover money disbursed in the form of an allowance or benefit, typically by taxation

claw one's way in claw US English

Make one’s way with difficulty by hauling oneself forward with one’s hands

red in tooth and claw US English

Involving savage or merciless conflict or competition

claw something away in claw US English

Try desperately to move or remove something with the hands

declaw US English

Remove the claws from

clawback US English

The recovery of money already disbursed

claw feet in claw foot US English

A foot on a piece of furniture or a standing fixture, shaped to resemble a claw

claw something back in claw US English

(Of a government) recover money disbursed in the form of an allowance or benefit, typically by taxation

red in tooth and claw in red US English

Involving savage or merciless conflict or competition