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Clym of the Clough

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with Adam Bell and William of Cloudesly, were noted outlaws, whose skill in archery rendered them as famous in the north of England as Robin Hood and Little John in the Midland counties. Their place of resort was in Englewood Forest, nearCarlisle. N.B.—Englewood means firewood. Clym of the Clough means Clement of the Cliff.

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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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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
Clyttie
Cneph
Cnidian Venus (The)
Co
Coach (A)
Coach-and-four (or Coach-and-six)
Coach-and-pair (A)
Coach Away
Coached Up
Coal

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