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Clear (verb)


Clear away. Remove.

Clear off! Away with you! Take away.

Clear out. Empty out, make tidy. (See below, Clear out for Guam.)

Clear up. Become fine after rain or cloudiness; to make manifest; to elucidate what was obscure.

To clear an examination paper. To floor it, or answer every question set.

To clear the air. To remove the clouds, mists, and impurities.

To clear the dishes. To empty them of their contents.

To clear the room. To remove from it every thing or person not required.

To clear the table. To remove what has been placed on it.

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Entry taken from Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, edited by the Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D. and revised in 1895.

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Clause Rolls (Rotŭli clausi)
Claymore or Glaymore
Clean (To)
Clean and Unclean Animals
Cleaned Out
Clear (verb)
Clear the Court
Clear the Decks
Clear (the adjective)
Clear as Crystal. Clear as Mud
Clear Day (A)
Clear Grit (The)
Clear out for Guam (To)
Clear Voice (A)
Cleared out

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