Homophones for cleek, clique

cleek / clique  [kli:k]

cleek – v. & n. – v. – 1. tr. (Scot.) to seize or clutch, snatch, pluck; 2. (Scot.) to catch or draw out, hook; 3. intr. (Scot.) to link arms, go arm in arm; n. – 1. (Scot.) a large hook or crook (as for a pot over a fire); 2. (Scot.) a fishhook; 3. either of two golf clubs: (a) a narrow-bladed driving iron formerly used in short drives; (b) a number 4 wood

clique – n. – a small, exclusive group of people