To sheathe or cover (a metal) with a metal.(verb-transitive)
To cover with a protective or insulating layer of other material.(verb-transitive)
A past tense and a past participle of clothe.(verb)
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Use "clad" in a sentence
"BTW are your (satin clad) thighs really hot enough to weld a MacBook to them?"
"The name of the Digamber or Meghdamber signifies sky-clad or cloud-clad, that is naked."
"Even from the depths of death he must come to my call clad in a mockery of life, and comfort me."