Clause - definition, pronunciation, transcription
- a separate section of a legal document (as a statute or contract or will) (syn: article)
The sentence “When it rained they went inside” consists of two clauses: “when it rained” and “they went inside.”
I have endeavored to teach them to phrase and clause.
A confidentiality clause was added to the contract.
The phrase “that won” in “the book that won” is a relative clause.
In the sentence “The book that you ordered is out of print,” “that you ordered” is a restrictive clause.
The sentence contains the conditional clause “if she speaks.”
The clause “if she speaks” is a conditional.
An exceptive clause was introduced into the act.
This last clause sure slipped from him unawares.
His manager inserted a new clause into his contract.
There's a clause in the policy that I'd like to discuss.
A clause in the contract had been left purposely vague.
we can build in a special clause to make the contract better for you
an elastic clause in a contract