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Origin of claque
WORDS THAT MAY BE CONFUSED WITH claqueclaque , clique
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How to use claque in a sentence
In contrast, the clerisy has little needed for the basically educated, but only an approving claque and faithful servants.The Last Patrician: Romney Falls From Favor as America Loses Faith in Old Money|Joel Kotkin|January 23, 2012|DAILY BEAST
To save the banking system, Greenspan, along with a claque of Republicans like Lindsey Graham, now endorses nationalization.
When Madame la Marchale has finished her run, will the claque be re-admitted to start a new piece?
The dbutante was received politely but cordially—an indication that there was not a strong claque, which was a relief.
Patti is not one of them—who carry with them on their foreign tours a chef de claque as a member of their ordinary suite.
Lem Perry, the leader of the claque, had a somewhat set speech, being uninventive in the construction of new phrases.Roads of Destiny|O. Henry
A claque of his supporters replied with feigned enthusiasm, but a malcontent at Alices side rose and stamped to the door.The Half-Hearted|John Buchan