Definitions for clingyˈklɪŋ i

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Random House Webster's College Dictionary

cling•yˈklɪŋ i(adj.)cling•i•er, cling•i•est.

  1. apt to cling; adhesive or tenacious:

    a clingy fabric.

Origin of clingy:

1700–10

cling′i•ness(n.)

Kernerman English Learner's Dictionary

  1. clingy(adjective)ˈklɪŋ i

    not wanting to leave sb

    a clingy child

Wiktionary

  1. clingy(Adjective)

    Having a tendency to cling.

  2. clingy(Adjective)

    Pathetically possessive of someone, usually a significant other.

Webster Dictionary

  1. Clingy(adj)

    apt to cling; adhesive

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