St. Clair

[ seynt klair; for 1 also sing-klair, sin- ]

  1. Arthur, 1736–1818, American Revolutionary War general, born in Scotland: 1st governor of the Northwest Territory, 1787–1802.

  2. a river in the N central U.S. and S Canada, flowing S from Lake Huron to Lake St. Clair, forming part of the boundary between Michigan and Ontario. 41 miles (66 km) long.

  1. Lake, a lake between SE Michigan and Ontario, Canada. 26 miles (42 km) long; 460 sq. mi. (1,190 sq. km).

Words Nearby St. Clair Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2023

How to use St. Clair in a sentence

  • Narrowed things down to $16,500 necklace by Temple St. Clair.

    Haggling Through the Apocalypse | Lee Eisenberg | February 27, 2009 | THE DAILY BEAST
  • After a pause, a long pause it seemed to Jeanne St. Clair, long enough for a villain to fashion a lying tale, he turned to her.

    The Light That Lures | Percy Brebner
  • If Mademoiselle St. Clair were there she must be without lamp or candle, or the windows must be closely shuttered.

    The Light That Lures | Percy Brebner
  • What could bind this man to him in any way unless the emigré he was interested in was Mademoiselle St. Clair?

    The Light That Lures | Percy Brebner
  • But for such a prisoner as Mademoiselle St. Clair, he knew that he dare not plead.

    The Light That Lures | Percy Brebner
  • There was danger in it no doubt, but Mademoiselle St. Clair's life was at stake, so the danger counted for nothing.

    The Light That Lures | Percy Brebner