é·clat [or] e·clat
éclat [or] eclat
|part of speech:
||brilliance of performance or achievement.
Though an accomplished musician as well, she did not display her sister's éclat.
||conspicuous display; ostentation.
The wedding was simple and without the usual éclat of a celebrity wedding.
- similar words:
- pageantry, spectacle
||hearty applause or acclamation.
Her new novel was received with great éclat by the critics.