Not that Carcassonne, as redressed by M. Viollet-le-Duc, is deficient in clat; it has too much of it.
There was an clat, too, about being her accepted lover that had its charm.
To restore it is to annihilate the work of centuries, to recompose an ordinary pastiche with no clat.
This lady piqued herself upon showing her preferences and aversions with equal enthusiasm and clat.
We do wrong to narrow our interests to those only of our contemporaries who figure with great lustre and clat in the world.
He seems to have sought grandeur in size and multitude, richness, clat, contrast.
To be escorted thither by Mr. Dermott, would give her an clat the devotion of a score of Pembertons could not produce.
First he broke the bank at Monte Carlo,—broke it with fine spirit and clat and was the envied hero of the hour.
"Elisabetta" and "Mos in Egitto" were also revived for her, and she filled the leading characters in both with clat.
Thus we joined our corps with some clat, at the very outset, everybody welcoming us cordially, and with seeming sincerity.