Claspeth vs Clasheth - What's the difference?
As verbs the difference between claspeth and clasheth
is that claspeth
is (archaic) (clasp
) while clasheth
A fastener or , particularly one that clasps.
(in the singular) An embrace, a grasp, or handshake.
- I always have a hard time working the clasp on this necklace!
- He took her hand in a firm clasp .
To take hold of; to grasp; to grab tightly.
* 1922 , (Margery Williams), (The Velveteen Rabbit) :
- They clasped hands and parted as friends.
* 1897 , (Bram Stoker), (Dracula) Chapter 21:
- And when the Boy dropped off to sleep, the Rabbit would snuggle down close under his little warm chin and dream, with the Boy's hands clasped close round him all night long.
To shut or fasten together with, or as if with, a clasp.
- The poor dear lady shivered, and I could see the tension of her nerves as she clasped her husband closer to her and bent her head lower and lower still on his breast.
(onomatopoeia) A loud sound.
(military) A skirmish, a hostile encounter.
(sports) a match; a game between two sides.
* 2011 , Tom Fordyce, Rugby World Cup 2011: England 12-19 France [http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/rugby_union/15210221.stm]
- I heard a clash from the kitchen, and rushed in to find the cat had knocked over some pots and pans.
An angry argument
Opposition; contradiction; such as between differing or contending interests, views, purposes etc.
- But they ran out of time and inspiration as Les Bleus set up a deserved semi-final clash with Wales.
- a clash of beliefs
A combination of garments that do not look good together, especially because of conflicting colours.
- a personality clash
(hurling) An instance of restarting the game after a "dead ball", where it is dropped between two opposing players, who can fight for possession.
- She was wearing a horrible clash of red and orange.
to make a loud clash
to come into violent conflict
- The plates clashed to the floor.
to argue angrily
- Fans from opposing teams clashed on the streets after the game.
(of clothes) to not look good together.
- My parents often clashed about minor things, such as the cleaning or shopping rota.
- You can't wear that shirt, as it clashes with your trousers.
(of events) to coincide, to happen at the same time, thereby rendering it impossible to attend all.
- She looked so trashy, her lipstick and jewellery all clashed .
(in games or sports) to face each other in an important game.
- I can't come to your wedding as it clashes with a friend's funeral.
, date=June 27
, title=Jones confirms Calzaghe showdown
, work=BBC Sport
, passage=The veteran American legend claims he and Welsh two-weight world champion Calzaghe will clash
on 20 September, probably at The MGM Grand in Las Vegas. }}