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Crossing the bridge, she felt dizzy and clung to the rails.
Some children were sobbing and clinging to their mothers.
The two monkeys clung tightly together.
He still clings to his mother even at the age of ten.
Gareth’s dripping clothes clung to his body.
The Prime Minister is still clinging to power.
Members of the sect have clung to a faith that has been outlawed since the 17th century.