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There are 12 words beginning with CLEM

CLEMclem v. (UK, dialect, transitive or intransitive) To be hungry; starve.
clem n. (Geordie, vulgar, slang) A testicle.
clem v. Alternative form of clam (“to adhere”).
CLEMATISclematis n. (Botany) Any plant of the genus Clematis, vigorous climbing lianas found throughout the temperate zones.
Clematis prop.n. A taxonomic genus within the family Ranunculaceae – vigorous climbing lianas, found throughout the temperate zones.
CLEMATIS n. (Latin) a climbing plant with showy flowers.
CLEMATISESclematises n. Plural of clematis.
CLEMATIS n. (Latin) a climbing plant with showy flowers.
CLEMENCIESclemencies n. Plural of clemency.
CLEMENCY n. mercy.
CLEMENCYclemency n. The gentle or kind exercise of power; leniency, mercy; compassion in judging or punishing.
clemency n. (Law) A pardon, commutation, or similar reduction, removal, or postponement of legal penalties by an…
clemency n. (Now rare) Mildness of weather.
CLEMENTclement adj. Lenient or merciful; charitable.
clement adj. Mild (said of weather and similar circumstances).
Clement prop.n. A male given name from Latin, borne by an early pope and by several saints.
CLEMENTINEclementine n. A type of small, sweet orange, the result of a cross between a tangerine and Seville orange.
Clementine adj. Of or relating to Clement, especially to Pope Clement I and the spurious homilies attributed to him…
Clementine prop.n. A female given name from Latin borrowed from French Clémentine in the 19th century.
CLEMENTINESclementines n. Plural of clementine.
CLEMENTINE n. (French) a hybrid of orange and tangerine.
CLEMENTLYclemently adv. In a clement manner.
CLEMENT adv. merciful.
CLEMMEDclemmed v. Simple past tense and past participle of clem.
CLEM v. to starve.
CLEMMINGclemming v. Present participle of clem.
CLEM v. to starve.
CLEMSclems n. Plural of clem.
clems v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of clem.
CLEM v. to starve.

Scrabble words — in black are valid world wide — in RED are not valid in North America — in GREEN are valid only in North America.
Definitions are short excerpt from the WikWik.org and 1Word.ws.

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