claqueur

noun
cla·queur | \kla-ˈkər \

Definition of claqueur 

: a member of a claque

First Known Use of claqueur

1837, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for claqueur

French, from claquer to clap

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Dictionary Entries near claqueur

clap up

clapwort

claque

claqueur

clar

Clarabella

clarain

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