- (archaic) (past participle of, clepe)
Etymology: Representing Old English geclypod, Äeclypod.
- 1922: James Joyce, Ulysses
- :And there came against the place as they stood a young learning knight Dixon.
- 2001: Glen David Gold, Carter Beats the Devil
- :World traveling sorcerer supreme Charles Carter, Carter the Mysterious, has made a startling discovery that makes the news from Europe seem mild indeed.
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