Clutched [verb]

Definition of Clutched:

grab, snatch

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Sentence/Example of Clutched:

The Zero FXA standard-issue gas-powered motorcycle requires that its rider shift gears by pulling in the clutch with your left hand and changing gears with your left foot.

In a time when a quick run to the grocery store for coffee filters isn’t always an option, this set’s filter-free design is particularly clutch.

That clutch production earned her the 2015 Honda Sports Award as the national player of the year.

Jairus Hamilton, a transfer from Boston College, hit a clutch three-pointer early in that late run, and junior guard Eric Ayala nailed one a minute later.

The Terps never regained their composure even as they made a few clutch shots in the fourth quarter.

Wilbanks can be seen thrashing around in the pond while straining to free the whimpering puppy from the alligator’s clutches.

Anthony played well in the NBA bubble, hitting clutch shots to help Portland climb up and claim the West’s final playoff seed.

The ideal is not a thing to be clutched at, or taken by force, but all of the conditions—every tittle—must be fulfilled.

I clutched at the straw you held out to me, and saved myself at a cost greater than the world can ever know.

On landing, the old prince, trembling from top to toe, with despairing glance clutched the arm of the Governor for protection.