en
cling

Meaning: tr
yapışmak, tutunmak
The aristocrat clings to the glory of his past.
In the countryside, the breaths of the grass, the trees, and the rocks have the foul smell of humans. They call to me from all directions, and they cling to me. But in the city, even the passengers of a jam-packed train are as quiet as pebbles on the riverbed, and everyone is only thinking of themselves.
You have to stop clinging to Tom.
Here, with her hundred daughters, pale with dread, / poor Hecuba and all her female train, / as doves, that from the low'ring storm have fled, / and cower for shelter from the pelting rain, / crouch round the silent gods, and cling to them in vain.
Tom and Mary are still clinging to the hope that their son will be found alive.
She was clinging to her father.
That child was clinging to his mother.
Controlling men have no true sense of worth. Anger is their outlet. Manipulation is their tool. They cling to what they can not control, what they can not and should not have.
The boy was too clingy to function in society.
I do not cling to life sufficiently to fear death.
Added on 2014-11-08 | by m1gin | View: 379

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