One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1‘shorter rice grains have a tendency to cling together’
stick, adhere, hold, cohere, bond, bind
1‘she clung to him, shuddering with emotion’
hold on to, clutch, grip, grasp, clasp, attach oneself to, hang on to, hold tightly, clench
embrace, hug, cuddle, entwine oneself around
2‘some politicians clung to the belief that peace could be maintained’
adhere to, hold to, stick to, stand by, abide by, remain attached to, remain devoted to, cherish, be loyal to, be faithful to, remain true to, have faith in, swear by
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