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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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clipperclip‧per /ˈklɪpə $ -ər/ noun  1 clippers2 TTW[countable] a fast sailing ship used in the past
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clipperWhile he hauls up his boat, Annie gets her clippers.But the days of clipper ships were numbered.Many of the best racing clippers were therefore composite built.Are they coming to mow the lawn or to liberate the hostages with rakes, clippers and blowers?One of them with interior décor of a nineteenth-century sailing clipper.We were losing money in the teaching business because of the cost of the clipper blades.Trim the toenails by cutting straight across with a toenail clipper.
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