All Noun Verb
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  • It can also be found in recently cleared areas such as the dry, open clearings around power lines.
  • The City's convention center was built after the clearing of long term low-income residents.
  • Clearing one or more ships entirely of robots is one such goal.
  • The route begins to head through larger clearings as it continues southeast.
  • Very little effort has previously been put into clearing the minefields.
  • The result is the number of times money must turnover in order to produce these clearing house figures.
  • The one thing essential to its progress is these dry leaves, hence it cannot march into the clearings. Cited from Scientific American Supplement, No. 433,by Various
  • They made clearings and carried people across the river for a small remuneration. Cited from Negritos of Zambales, by William Allan Reed
  • The new government faced many challenges as they rebuilt the country and carried out mine clearing operations.
  • The clearings are remembered in the names of streets or smaller green fields.
  • Some German soldiers lost their lives in this clearing of mines.
  • Fire and the clearing of the area took place.
  • It is only by annual house cleanings and account clearings that you can tell about how you stand. Cited from Business Hints for Men and Women, by A. Calhoun
  • The day wore on, the land grew level, and the clearings more frequent. Cited from Lewis Rand, by Mary Johnston
  • New attempts are made to reach the runway and new clearings were carried out.
  • It became necessary to employ local workers instead for land clearing.
  • In some areas, clearings are made and various native species are planted.
  • After clearing this the student moves into the next professional.
  • Land clearing and human habitation put significant pressure on local species.
  • To achieve this the following steps are taken by the clearing house.
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Root form of clearing is clear for the verb.

Words starting with clearing

Meaning of clearing

  • noun A tract of land with few or no trees in the middle of a wooded area
  • noun The act of freeing from suspicion
  • noun The act of removing solid particles from a liquid
  • verb Make a way or path by removing objects
    Clear a path through the dense forest
  • verb Remove
    clear the leaves from the lawn, Clear snow from the road
  • verb Be debited and credited to the proper bank accounts
    The check will clear within 2 business days
  • verb Go away or disappear
    The fog cleared in the afternoon
  • verb Pass by, over, or under without making contact
    the balloon cleared the tree tops
  • verb Make free from confusion or ambiguity; make clear
    Could you clarify these remarks?, Clear up the question of who is at fault
  • verb Free from payment of customs duties, as of a shipment
    Clear the ship and let it dock
  • verb Clear from impurities, blemishes, pollution, etc.
    clear the water before it can be drunk
  • verb Sell
    We cleared a lot of the old model cars
  • verb Pass an inspection or receive authorization
    clear customs
  • verb Settle, as of a debt
    clear a debt, solve an old debt
  • verb Make clear, bright, light, or translucent
    The water had to be cleared through filtering
  • verb Rid of instructions or data
    clear a memory buffer
  • verb Remove (people) from a building
    clear the patrons from the theater after the bomb threat
  • verb Remove the occupants of
    Clear the building
  • verb Free (the throat) by making a rasping sound
    Clear the throat