clack
 adj.— «In the parlance of Claymates, as they sometimes call themselves, anything having to do with Aiken is called “clack.” It’s a contraction of the words Clay and crack, as in crack cocaine, as in, he’s that addictive.» —“Claymates share ‘clack’ and ‘glowing feeling of love'” by Anne Marie DiStefano Portland Tribune (Ore.) Sept. 30, 2005. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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