[klak-tuh n-on-see, -awn-]
- a town on the North Sea coast in Essex, England.
Also called Clac·ton.
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Mr. Clacton cleared his throat and looked at each of the young ladies in turn.
"A most excellent object," said Mr. Clacton in his professional manner.
She looked again at Mr. Clacton; yes, he was bald, and so are cock-sparrows.
- a town and resort in SE England, in E Essex. Pop: 51 284 (2001)