tear, pull, take hold of, etc., as if with claws
one of the hard pointed parts on the feet of some animals and birds
"They clawed their way to the top of the mountain"
"She clawed the doorknob"
"The politician clawed his rival"
A yellow clawsthe very same that had clawed together so much wealthspoked itself out of the coach-window.
出自： N. Hawthorne
Claw me, and I will claw thee: Winke at mine, and I will not see thy faults.
出自： T. Adams