clash invited Singleton to meet him for dinner near his home.
clash admitted having a relationship with Stephens but said that it began when he was 18.
The Ramones I was a big fan of, the Talking Heads, the clash, Sex Pistols…all those bands.
This is a clash of two acting titans as well as two disparate personalities, and I found it thoroughly engrossing.
The clash between the two sides has been fought out in Israeli courts and in the media.
A clash of arms followed in which several Americans were killed.
With the clash of our spells, no charm can redress our fate.
"They couldn't hev noticed the clash of them jimmyjohns, nohow," declared the negligent Watt, nonchalantly.
The swords flashed in the sun and then met with a clash that sounded far and near.
The next morning we were awakened by the booming of cannon and clash of musketry.
c.1500, "to make a loud, sharp sound," of imitative origin, or a blend of clap and crash. Cf. Dutch kletsen "splash, clash," German klatschen, Danish klaske "clash, knock about." Figurative sense, in reference to non-physical strife or battle, is first attested 1620s. Of things, "to come into collision," from 1650s; of colors, "to go badly together," first recorded 1894. Related: Clashed; clashing.
1510s, "sharp, loud noise of collision," from clash (v.). Especially of the noise of conflicting metal weapons. Meaning "hostile encounter" is from 1640s; meaning "conflict of opinions, etc." is from 1781.