Fruit (especially peach) whose flesh adheres strongly to the pit. (noun)
To hold very tightly, as to not fall off. (verb)
Examples of word cling
And all the while from ahead, close by the moving lanthorn, came the musical _cling, cling, cling, cling_ of the mules 'bell, with the low muttering sound made by the doctor and Griggs as they entered into a conversation about the state of the country into which they were penetrating.
Six massive shapes wrapped in cling film rise from the floor: rotund, curvaceous, one shaped like a fennel bulb with an elegant slender neck, another like a Russian doll, yet another plumped and segmented like a swollen gourd.
If you don't want to eat the meat right away, take it out of the salt water soak, wrap the pieces individually in cling wrap, and put the bunch in a zip lock bag.
Store at room temperature wrapped in cling wrap for up to 5 days, or slice and freeze wrapped in foil.
Cool completely on a rack before slicing, or wrapping in cling wrap and freezing.
I wonder how long it took the Met to get into their carrier after we wrapped it in cling film … … on August 14, 2008 at 10: 19 am | Reply Luitenant Verkramp
Wrap dough in cling film and refrigerate 12 hours.