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Use "clegg" in a sentence
"Have horse fly and his cronies agreed to give back that fraudulent donation yet? pps - in Scotland, a clegg is a horsefly."
"Further Liberal Democrat proposals for restructuring the financial system will be announced tomorrow and on Wednesday. letter to the Telegraph which points out that 'clegg' means 'horsfly' in north country dialect - "a nuisance but hardly a major threat"."
"A "clegg" could be some fitting for the house or garden you find at an old-fashioned ironmongers."