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claque a group of people hired to applaud at a performance. [2 definitions]
claret any of various dry red table wines. [2 definitions]
clarification the act or process of clarifying.
clarify to make more understandable; make clear. [3 definitions]
clarinet a woodwind instrument with a single-reed mouthpiece attached to a long, usu. wooden tube with finger holes and keys along its length.
clarion clear and sharp or shrill, as a call. [3 definitions]
clarity the state or quality of being clearly understandable or precise. [2 definitions]
clash to strike together noisily and harshly. [6 definitions]
clasp a usu. metal device with two interlocking parts, used to fasten something. [4 definitions]
class a group of animals or things in which all members share certain characteristics; kind. [8 definitions]
class action a lawsuit brought on behalf of all persons sharing grounds for legal action, such as all consumers allegedly harmed by a particular product.
class consciousness awareness of one's social or economic status and the class to which one belongs.
classic representative or typical of a class or category; serving as a standard. [10 definitions]
classical of or pertaining to ancient Greek and Roman culture. [4 definitions]
classicism principles of art and literature based on those of ancient Greek and Roman culture. (Cf. romanticism.)
classicist one who studies or is expert in the classics. [2 definitions]
classicize to make, adapt, or alter (something) in imitation of a classical style.
classification the act or result of classifying. [4 definitions]
classified arranged or ordered in classes. [3 definitions]
classified advertising advertising, usu. brief, that is arranged in columns according to subject in a newspaper or magazine.
classify to arrange or divide into groups with respect to type or class. [3 definitions]