ccleft, cleeft, clef, clefft, cleftt, clepht, clleft, kleft, left
Cleft — synonyms, definition
1. cleft (a)
cracked parted perforated
2. cleft (Noun)
aperture artery blemish blood vessel blot breach break canyon capillary channel chasm crack crevasse crevice cut defect division fissure flaw fracture • • •
cleft (Noun) — A split or indentation in something (as the palate or chin).
cleft (Noun) — A narrow planar hole in a rock or material, usually with a flattish sides.
4 types of
gap indentation indenture opening
break chap chink crevasse fatigue crack fault faulting fracture geological fault rift shift slit split vent volcano
3. cleft (Adjective)
cleft (Adjective) — Having one or more incisions reaching nearly to the midrib.
4. cleft (Verb)
adheres clings coheres rives splits sticks
cleft (Verb) — Separate or cut with a tool, such as a sharp instrument.
ex. "cleave the bone"
cleft (Verb) — Make by cutting into.
ex. "The water is going to cleave a channel into the rock"
cleft (Verb) — Come or be in close contact with; stick or hold together and resist separation.
ex. "The dress cleaves to her body"
7 types of
adjoins contacts creates makes meets tears touches
agglutinates conglutinates laminates mauls molds moulds