Tikibu: pronunciation dictionary with use examples
IPA transcription: [kl'ɪŋɪŋ]
Her eyes were clinging to him desperately.
He was clinging to the oblique stem of a palm-tree.
Polly flew to Phronsie, who was clinging to Grandpapa's hand, and wailing bitterly.
"Broad on our lee-bow," I answered, still clinging to the thin wire topmast shrouds.
The mule was heavier and had Betsy clinging to his back, so he did not go so high up.
"Captain Muggah went overboard, still clinging to the fragments of his wrecked bridge.
He sunk up to his knees, and with great difficulty got out by clinging to the tussocks that grew near.
But he saw the clinging fingers, and hit them as hard as he could with an iron bar that he caught up from the floor.
Suddenly, they saw its back end drop down, as into a rut, and the gee-pole, with Hal clinging to it, jerk into the air.
The girl, clinging desperately to the noose, strained every muscle to hold the great weight dangling at the lower end of the rope.