Tuesday, October 26, 2010

Slang word of the day: clutch

Today's slang word of the day is clutch. Click here to vote on usage, vulgarity, etc.

clutch

adjective

noun

  • a difficult or trying time. Often used in sports to describe a player or team's ability (or inability) to deliver when peak performance is needed.
    "Big-time players deliver in the clutch." Kurt Johnson, Roseville Press-Tribune
    "David Wright has been wrong in the clutch for Mets." Peter Botte, NY Daily News

    See more words meaning: hard, confusing, difficult, a problem

-- Walter (waltergr@aol.com)

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