claqueur

[ kla-kur ]
/ klæˈkɜr /

noun

a member of a claque.

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Also claqu·er [klak-er]. /ˈklæk ər/.

Origin of claqueur

1830–40; <French, equivalent to claqueclaque + -eur-eur
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