Examples from the Web for eclair
And a second ride which Mr. Eclair soon afterwards took turned out equally successful.The Strand Magazine|Various
Quick to find Beauty in a poem or an automobile, an eclair or a man.Seductio Ad Absurdum|Emily Hahn
As all will concede, an eclair is, to say the least, an uncertain quantity.
Her teeth came together upon her eclair and the filling escaped its bounds, landing in many places that it should not have landed.
"Ginger-snaps, two bananas and an eclair," said the Unwiseman.Mollie and the Unwiseman Abroad|John Kendrick Bangs
British Dictionary definitions for eclair
Word Origin for éclair
Word Origin and History for eclair
1861, from French éclair, literally "lightning," from Old French esclair "light, daylight, flash of light," from esclairare "to light up, make shine" (12c.), ultimately from Latin exclarare "light up, illumine," from ex- "out" (see ex-) + clarus "clear" (see clear (adj.)).