The church is very ancient; it is cruciform, of flint and clunch stone.
"Hertfordshire" by Herbert W Tompkins
His fingers are not long and drawn out to handle a fiddle, but his fist clunched with the habit of disputing.
"Microcosmography" by John Earle
That's it though, 'pend upon it; right up in the clunch o' that bough.
"Change in the Village" by (AKA George Bourne) George Sturt
No wonder the Sweet Apple folk were "clunch"!
"Notwithstanding" by Mary Cholmondeley
Beyond the Chiltern coast, this church:
A lighthouse in dry seas of standing corn.
Bees hive in the tower; the outer stone
Pared and frittered in sunlight, flakes with the years:
Clunch crumbles, but silence, exaltation, endures.
"Edlesborough" by Anne Ridler