• WordNet 3.6
    • n clementine a mandarin orange of a deep reddish orange color and few seeds
    • n clementine a variety of mandarin orange that is grown around the Mediterranean and in South Africa
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Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
    • a Clementine Of or pertaining to Clement, esp. to St. Clement of Rome and the spurious homilies attributed to him, or to Pope Clement V. and his compilations of canon law.
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
    • clementine Of or pertaining to one of several ecclesiastics named Clement, especially— St. Clement, bishop of Rome in the first century;
    • clementine Pope Clement V. (1305–1314);
    • clementine Clement VII. (1378–1394), the first of the antipopes of Avignon.
    • n clementine One of a series of compilations attributed to St. Clement.
    • n clementine plural That part of the body of canon law which contains the collections made by Pope Clement V. of the acts of the Council of Vienne, a. d. 1311–12, with the addition of some of his decretals.
    • n clementine A follower of, or a believer in the authority of, the antipope Clement VII.
    • n clementine Same as methylene-violet.
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In literature:

The scene shifts from Saint-Clementin itself to the country districts where Poitou and Touraine meet, as well as to Paris.
"A History of the French Novel, Vol. 2" by George Saintsbury
Reybaud's Clementine together, guessing at the hard words, because we had no dictionary.
"If, Yes and Perhaps" by Edward Everett Hale
The Clementine and Florentine museums?
"Bibliomania; or Book-Madness" by Thomas Frognall Dibdin
Princess Clementine seemed to decide everything for him.
"Secret Memoirs: The Story of Louise, Crown Princess" by Henry W. Fischer
Nobody in a normal humor would dispute the fact that Clementine Willis was a strikingly handsome girl.
"A Breath of Prairie and other stories" by Will Lillibridge
Clandestine, these rendez-vous' Clementines.
"Mascara-Viscera" by Paul Cameron Brown
Mr. Lea has acknowledged elsewhere the gravity of this Clementine reform.
"The History of Freedom" by John Emerich Edward Dalberg-Acton
He was then returned for Dundee, and later in the year married Miss Clementine Hozier.
"Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 6, Slice 3" by Various
For the mass of early Christian literature that was gradually attached to his name see CLEMENTINE LITERATURE.
"Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 6, Slice 4" by Various
Clementine's countenance darkened on hearing her name called.
"Tales from the German" by Various
Then I saw it was Clementine, my model.
"An Englishman in Paris" by Albert D. (Albert Dresden) Vandam
The editors of the Clementine of 1592, did but correct the text of the Sixtine edition of 1590.
"The Irish Ecclesiastical Record, Volume 1, December 1864" by Various
But Clementine clung all the way; and brayed at intervals.
"Jupiter Lights" by Constance Fenimore Woolson
My inquiries into the state of Clementine's appetite were the reason for many conversations.
"Our House" by Elizabeth Robins Pennell
During luncheon we speak of a recent visit to Mrs. Howarth (the poetess "Clementine").
"Literary Shrines" by Theodore F. Wolfe
There were six of us at table, and we all talked and laughed with the exception of the fair Clementine.
"The Memoirs of Jacques Casanova de Seingalt, Vol. IV (of VI), "Adventures In The South" The First Complete and Unabridged English Translation, Illustrated with Old Engravings" by Jacques Casanova de Seingalt
"Expositor's Bible: Index" by S. G. Ayres
Tronchi, Pancaldi, Montanari, with others, not admitted into the Clementine academy, may be found mentioned in Crespi.
"The History of Painting in Italy, Vol. V (of 6)" by Luigi Antonio Lanzi
Clementine and her husband were living in Brussels at last accounts, and they have two sons.
"The Spell of Belgium" by Isabel Anderson
Another, called the Clementine, 219.
"The History of Painting in Italy, Volume VI (of 6)" by Luigi Antonio Lanzi

In poetry:

A Spanish cava fare thee well and everything so fine
That's where you get your old black Joe my darling Clementine
The old folks would enjoy it on the road to Mandalay
'Twas from Aunt Dinah's polly-wolly-woodle all the day.
"Chorus For Mixed Voices" by Franklin Pierce Adams

In news:

Presidents of episcopal conferences listen to Pope Benedict XVI as he delivers an address in the Vatican's Clementine Hall, 12 Oct 2012.
Deborah Pratt and her sister Clementine Macon compete in oyster shucking during the 2011 Richmond Folk Festival.
Winston Blick of Clementine restaurant introduced Green Onion , his greengrocer market, or "bodega" as he calls it, this afternoon after a two-year wait while the building was being restored.
You can improvise with this salad by using seedless tangerines or clementines instead of oranges.
Clementine-Salted Turkey with Redeye Gravy.
Clementine-Salted Turkey with Redeye Gravy A little bit of clementine peel adds a citrus note to the turkey.
The Clementines ripen , and America's Pub wilts, in this week's Pitch.
Serves 14-16.INGREDIENTS: Turkey: 1/3 cup coarse kosher salt 12 small clementines or tangerines.
And the citrus that grow so well in this belt, the satsumas , clementines and other fruits collectively known as mandarin citrus, are the types of citrus I'd most want to grow, even if I could grow all the other citrus in the world.
Tavern, Bouchon and Clementine will give you a hand with gourmet options.
Damiano Ottavio Bigi and Clementine Deluy, both members of the Tanztheater Wuppertal under Pina Bausch, perform her choreography in Pina.
A pop-up bagel brunch , a satsuma and clementine recipe tasting and other upcoming events.
For days, I've been making trips into the chilly garage to replenish the bowl of clementines that has been decorating my dining table.
Before Christmas, I decided a small mesh-covered crate of the juicy fruit just wouldn't be enough for my clementine-loving family.
Heather Lynn Peters Grilled Chicken salad with Clementine oranges was a nice treat with a cup of soup on a December day.