(of an animal or person) Scratch or tear something with the claws or the fingernails
the kitten was clawing at Lowell's trouser leg
bitter jealousy clawed at her
her hands clawed his shoulders
Clutch at something with the hands
his fingers clawed at the air
Make one's way with difficulty by hauling oneself forward with one's hands
he clawed his way over a pile of bricks
Try desperately to move or remove something with the hands
rescuers clawed away rubble with their bare hands
(of a sailing ship) Beat to windward
the ability to claw off a lee shore
A curved pointed horny nail on each digit of the foot in birds, lizards, and some mammals
Either of a pair of small hooked appendages on an insect's leg
The pincer of a crab, scorpion, or other arthropod
A mechanical device resembling a claw, used for gripping or lifting
sharp curved horny process on the toe of a bird or some mammals or reptiles
move as if by clawing, seizing, or digging; "They clawed their way to the top of the mountain"
clutch as if in panic; "She clawed the doorknob"
hook: a mechanical device that is curved or bent to suspend or hold or pull something
a grasping structure on the limb of a crustacean or other arthropods
scratch, scrape, pull, or dig with claws or nails
A claw is a curved, pointed appendage, found at the end of a toe or finger in most mammals, birds, and some reptiles. However, the word "claw" is also often used in reference to an invertebrate. ...
Claw, in comics, may refer to: * Claw (Marvel Comics), a Marvel Comics character * Claw (Lev Gleason Publications) * Claw the Unconquered, a DC Comics character * Claw (John Chan), a DC Comics character * Claw (Gargoyles), a character from the Gargoyles animated series and spin-off comic
In mathematical and computer science field of cryptography, a group of three numbers (x,y,z) is said to be a claw of two permutations f0 and f1 if
In the animated television series Gargoyles and the spinoff comic books Gargoyles and Gargoyles: Bad Guys, gargoyles are a species of winged humanoid/reptilian creatures that are the main focus of the show.
In graph theory, a star Sk is the complete bipartite graph K1,k, a tree with one internal node and k leaves. A star with 3 edges is called a claw.
Claw is a fictional character, a sword and sorcery hero published by DC Comics. He first appeared in Claw the Unconquered #1 (June 1975), and was created by David Michelinie and Ernie Chan.
A curved, pointed horny nail on each digit of the foot of a mammal, reptile, or bird; A foot equipped with such; The pincer of a crustacean or other arthropod; A mechanical device resembling a claw, used for gripping or lifting; The act of catching a ball overhand; To scratch or to tear at; To ...
(Clawing) The downward curving of the butt portion of the shingle. This creates a hump along the leading edge and a widening of the cutout. The bulge thus created is susceptible to substantial damages by wind action, hail, and ice. ...
(Clawing) Use of front points of crampons, ice axe pick and ice hammer pick to climb a slope.
(Claws) Metal prongs that protrude from a setting to hold gemstones in place Closed back - Type of setting that in which the backs of gemstones are entirely covered in a metal backing
(Claws) Refers to the fingertips as used in a technique
(Claws) Sharp retractable digits on the end of a cats paws
(Claws) Tarantulas are classified in the Kingdom: Animalia, Phylum: Arthropoda, Sub Phylum: Chelicerata, Class: Arachnida, Order: Araneae, Sub Order: Mygalomorphae, Family: Theraphosidae.Terminal appendages on the legs and pedipalps. Tarantulas only have two claws per leg.
(Claws) Tarantulas have two claws at the end of each leg.
(Claws) The fingernails of an animalAny living thing that is not a plant. Most animals can move about freely. All use plants or other animals as food. All have sensory organs., such as a bear or cat. They help to grab preyNoun: An animal that is hunted as food by another animal. ...
(Claws) differ from the other two most common melee weapons system for they are normally used by Battlearmor and combat engineers, but are also used on mechs. ...
(claws) are specialized scales. They grow continuously and are worn away through daily activity. Claws are usually called talons when we refer to birds of prey.
(claws) the sixth segment of insect legs
a narrow, stalk-like basal portion of a petal, sepal orbract. cf. limb.