English words and Examples of Usage

use "clue" in a sentence

Its chemical makeup would be the best clue to solving the mystery.

I would be willing to bet that most organizations don't have a clue.

Camels appear to be a link in the MERS chain Camels may be one clue.

If you have any information, call Crime Stoppers at 435-CLUE.

CNN aviation analyst Mary Schiavo said the plane's speed is one clue.

That BB number is a clue, Goglia said, "but it's not the final clue."

The clue was the pink crop top half-hidden under that boyfriend coat.

The Dia de los Muertos parade in the Mission District might provide a clue.

As for the fentanyl, Thompson has "no clue" how Michael got his hands on it.

Bless my three sons, because without them, I wouldn't have a hot clue.

That same week, Chanel No. 5 reveals an interesting clue about her parentage.

A Twitter message Clinton posted Monday may give a clue to her campaign approach.

If you don't have someone helping you, you're not going to have any clue, he adds.

A possible clue is the speed with which the strikes were publicized by the Kremlin.

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