A holder, particularly one that clasps.
“I always have a hard time working the clasp on this necklace!”
An embrace, a grasp, or handshake.
“He took her hand in a firm clasp.”
To take hold of; to grasp; to grab tightly.
“They clasped hands and parted as friends.”
To shut or fasten together with, or as if with, a clasp.
A clasp, especially a metal strap fastened by a padlock or a pin; also, a hook for fastening a door.
A spindle to wind yarn, thread, or silk on.
An instrument for cutting the surface of grassland; a scarifier.
to shut or fasten with a hasp
grasp (something) tightly with one’s hand
“he clasped her arm”
place (one’s arms) around something so as to hold it tightly
“Kate’s arms were clasped around her knees”
hold (someone) tightly
“he clasped Joanne in his arms”
fasten (something) with a small brooch or similar device
“one modest emerald clasped her robe”
a device with interlocking parts used for fastening things together
“a gold bracelet with a turquoise clasp”
a silver bar on a medal ribbon, inscribed with the name of the battle at which the wearer was present
“he received the Queen’s medal with four clasps”
“we embraced, a tight clasp with cheeks touching”
a grasp or handshake
“he took her hand in a firm clasp”
a slotted hinged metal plate forming part of a fastening for a door or lid, fitted over a loop and secured by a pin or padlock
“the hut was always locked by a large padlock securing a hasp”
a slotted hinged plate on a trunk or suitcase with a projecting piece which is secured by the lock.
lock (a door, window, or lid) by securing the hasp over the loop of the fastening
“she went to the window and hasped it”