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claret

noun clar·et \ˈkler-ət, ˈkla-rət\

: a type of red wine made in Bordeaux, France

: a dark purplish-red color

Full Definition of CLARET

1
:  a red Bordeaux wine; also :  a similar wine produced elsewhere
2
:  a dark purplish red
claret adjective

Origin of CLARET

Middle English, from Anglo-French (vin) claret clear wine, from claret clear, from cler clear
First Known Use: 1578

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