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Clover

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He’s in clover. In luck, in prosperous circumstances, in a good situation. The allusion is to cattle feeding in clover fields.

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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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Closh (Mynherr)
Cloten
Cloth (The)
Clotharius
Clotho
Cloud, Clouds
Cloud
Cloud (St.)
Clouded Cane (A)
Cloven Foot
Clover
Clowns
Club
Club-bearer (The)
Club-land
Club-law
Clue
Clumsy (Norwegian, klump, a lump, Swedish, klummsen, benumbed; Icelandic, klumsa)
Cluricaune
Clydesdale Horses
Clym of the Clough