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clipping

noun clip·ping \ˈkli-piŋ\

: something (such as an article or a picture) that has been cut out of a newspaper or magazine

: a small piece that has been cut off of something

Full Definition of CLIPPING

:  something that is clipped off or out of something else <grass clippings>; especially :  an item clipped from a publication

First Known Use of CLIPPING

15th century

Rhymes with CLIPPING

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