adjective. ['ˈklɔd'] (of predatory animals) armed with claws or talons.
Words that Rhyme with Clawed
Example sentences of the word clawed
1. Verb, past tense
Bear went after Chipmunk and clawed Chipmunk for the impertinence, leaving the stripes.
2. Verb, past participle
They have sharply clawed, finger-like toes on each foot for climbing and grasping.
Individuals can only fish for the clawed crustaceans during lobster season.
4. Noun, singular or mass
In line with their name, their front feet feature pairs of clawed toes.
Quotes containing the word clawed
1. Hello, Minister!"bellowed Percy, sending a neat jinx straight at Thicknesse, who dropped his wand and clawed at the front of his robes, apparently in awful discomfort. "Did I mention I'm resigning?
- J.K. Rowling, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows
2. A telkhine was hunched over a console, but he was so involved with his work, he didn't notice us. He was about five feet tall, with slick black seal fur and stubby little feet. He had the head of a Doberman, but his clawed hands were almost human. He growled and muttered as he tapped on his keyboard. Maybe he was messaging his friends on uglyface.com.
- Rick Riordan, The Last Olympian
adjective. ['ˈklɔd'] having or resembling a claw or claws; often used as a combining form.