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Clare

[ klair ]

noun

  1. a county in W Republic of Ireland. 1,231 sq. mi. (3,190 sq. km). : Ennis.
  2. a male or female given name.


Clare

1

/ klɛə /

noun

  1. a county of W Republic of Ireland, in Munster between Galway Bay and the Shannon estuary. County town: Ennis. Pop: 103 277 (2002). Area: 3188 sq km (1231 sq miles)


Clare

2

/ klɛə /

noun

  1. ClareAnthony (Ward)19422007MIrishMEDICINE: psychiatristFILMS AND TV: broadcaster Anthony ( Ward ). 1942–2007, Irish psychiatrist and broadcaster; presenter of the radio series In the Psychiatrist's Chair from 1982
  2. ClareJohn17931864MEnglishWRITING: poet John. 1793–1864, English poet, noted for his descriptions of country life, particularly in The Shepherd's Calendar (1827) and The Rural Muse (1835). He was confined in a lunatic asylum from 1837

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Example Sentences

In the present, Jack and Clare have moved to New York, and Clare makes efforts to revive her friendship with Irene, who is deeply involved in the social scene of the Harlem Renaissance.

From Time

Actors Tessa Thompson and Ruth Negga play Irene and Clare, respectively, the two women whose reunion will upheave both their worlds and cause them to reconsider the lives they have chosen and the reasons behind those choices.

From Time

When it does, it’s a reminder of the dangers of racism and the sheer recklessness of Clare’s behavior.

Blake Moynes, a 29-year-old wildlife manager from Canada, says things feel “more natural with one interaction with Tayshia versus four with Clare.”

One CEO who saw a benefit from the pandemic was Nicole Gibbons, whose company Clare lets consumers order paint for their homes.

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But with the sun came a new confidence and both Clare and Nikki were sure they were the one.

Last week in Vietnam, Juan Pablo humiliated hair stylist Clare after a dip in the ocean turned into real-life sex.

Juan Pablo insisted that Clare look at him and “stop crying.”

After he made her promise that she would never cry because of him again, Clare realized “that Juan Pablo is worth staying for.”

John Clare and Ezra Pound are two of the very greatest poets.

From the county of Clare statements arrived in London, if possible, more appalling.

The street called the Minories marks the place where a convent of nuns of St. Clare was founded in the thirteenth century.

The heroine, the Countess of Clare, is a beautiful and charming lady of the court, a protégée of the queen.

Clare will return with the return carriage, and I shall meet you, or send to you, at Padua.

Clare, her own troubles forgotten in this moment of mortal suspense, was a devoted nurse.

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