Third-person singular simple present indicative form of clause.(verb)
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Use "clauses" in a sentence
"-- _Write twenty complex sentences whose clauses shall be joined by connectives of adverb clauses of real cause, evidence, purpose, condition, and concession, and by connectives of noun clauses_."
"Another ornament, too, is found here; for after certain statements finished in a single tone of voice, which we call clauses and sections (membra et caesa), but the Greeks "koola" and "kommata", there follows a rounded sentence (ambitus sive circuitus) which the"
"Now, there are countries that have signed the treaty and have signed with what they call clauses, which sort of allow them to express their concerns, or caveats on the treaty."