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Correct spelling:
clinch
Definition:
To set closely together; to close tightly; as, to clinch the teeth or the first.

Synonyms:

noun
act
clinch.
artifact
clinch.
clinch
clench, hug.
fastener
rivet, skewer, clamp, cincture, brad, hasp, lace, band, binding, clasp, knitting, bonding, brace, staple, splice, fuse, clip, bond, fastening, string, hawser, nail, bracket, belt, chain, button, stay, fastener, agent, guy, hitch, snap, tack, braid, latch, lock, cotter, bolt, tie, hook, ligament, vise, weld, thread, catch, suture, middleman, spike, zipper, rabbet, grapnel, connector, closure, medium, binder, cleat, knot, paste, pin, seal, hinge, glue, strap, twine, stitch, Vinculum, anchor, mediator, link, cement, cinch, buckle, go-between, coupling, mucilage.
grip
handgrips, grapnels, grapnel, handholds, crushings, handshakes, handclasp, handclasps, handhold, handshake, handgrip.
nail down
lock in.
tenure
incumbency.
verb
communication
clinch.
contact
clinch.
fasten
couple, weave, sew, baste, plait, fasten, zip, bind, tether, connect, lash, knit.
hold securely; grab
enfold, rivet, clasp, nail, grasp, bolt, grab hold of, snatch, grapple, grip, fasten, fix, press, make fast, embrace, cuddle, squeeze, hug, secure, clamp, clutch, lay hands on, clench.
secure a goal
confirm, verify, set, assure, seize, decide, sew up, cap, settle, conclude, seal, determine.
Examples of usage:
  1. It's a strong p'int o' law, I've heerd tell, not that I know much o' law, Goodness knows, nor ever want to, but never mind, it's a strong p'int when there's two witnesses to a thing,- one to clinch what the t'other drives in; and you must have a show o' law to work on Alf. – The Story Of Kennett by Bayard Taylor
  2. The more I twisted round, the tighter the clinch seemed to get. – From Sand Hill to Pine by Bret Harte
  3. Mr. Clinch, struck with the idea, stopped to consider. – The Twins of Table Mountain and Other Stories by Bret Harte
  4. " You've stood up and made a grand fight, Mr. Crewe," says another gentleman, a little later, with a bland, smooth shaven face and strong teeth to clinch Mr. Crewe's cigars. – The Complete PG Edition of The Works of Winston Churchill by Winston Churchill
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