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clincher

noun clinch·er \ˈklin-chər\

: a fact or statement that makes something certain or final

Full Definition of CLINCHER

:  one that clinches: as
a :  a decisive fact, argument, act, or remark <the expense was the clincher that persuaded us to give up the enterprise>
b :  a tire with flanged beads fitting into the wheel rim
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Examples of CLINCHER

  1. <the fact that the resort had tennis courts was the clincher in our deciding to stay there>

First Known Use of CLINCHER

1703

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