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clift

[klift] /klɪft/
noun, South Midland U.S.
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Origin of clift
1350-1400
1350-1400; Middle English, alteration of cliff (perhaps by influence of cleft1)

Clift

[klift] /klɪft/
noun
1.
Montgomery, 1920–66, U.S. actor.
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