The Word of the Day is CLINCH
1.confirm or settle (a contract or bargain).“the Texan wanted to impress him to clinch a business deal”
2.grapple at close quarters, especially (of boxers) so as to be too closely engaged for full-arm blows.
1.a struggle or scuffle at close quarters.“breaking from a clinch, he crossed with his right”
2.a knot used to fasten ropes or angling lines, using a half hitch with the end seized back on its own part.
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