Synonyme von clasp
to grasp or embrace tightlyMary clasped the children to her desperately.
He grasped both my hands.
If only he would hold her close to him.
I pressed my child closer to my heart and shut my eyes.
She gripped his hand tightly.
an otter seizing a fish
He longed to just scoop her up and squeeze her.
Penelope came forward and embraced her sister.
She was clutching a photograph in her hand.
They hugged each other like a couple of lost children.
He enfolded her gently in his arms.
a firm grasp or embraceHe gripped my hand in a strong clasp.
a fastening, such as a catch or hook, for holding things togetherShe undid the clasp of the hooded cloak she was wearing.
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in the sense of brooch
an ornament with a hinged pin and catch, worn fastened to clothing
a sapphire brooch
in the sense of buckle
a clasp for fastening together two loose ends, esp. of a belt or strap
He wore a belt with a large brass buckle.
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