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Cloy

Cloy- Definition:cloy [kloy] (past and past participle cloyed, present participle cloy·ing, 3rd person present singular cloys)  transitive and intransitive verb   weary with excess: to sicken somebody or become sickened with too much sweetness from something initially pleasing    [Mid-16th century. Shortening of obsolete accloy, via French encloer

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cloy [kloy] (past and past participle cloyed, present participle cloy·ing, 3rd person present singular cloys) transitive and intransitive verb weary with excess: to sicken somebody or become sickened with too much sweetness from something initially pleasing [Mid-16th century. Shortening of obsolete accloy, via French encloer “drive in a nail” < medieval Latin inclavare < Latin clavus "nail"] -cloy·ing·ly, adverb -cloy·ing·ness, noun

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