Definition of Claqueurs
1. claqueur [n] - See also: claqueur
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Claqueurs
Literary usage of Claqueurs
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The American in Paris by John] [Sanderson (1838)
"—Mademoiselle George.—Hamlet.—Republican Spirit of the Age.—Character of the French Stage. —Machinery of the Drama.—The Claqueurs.—Supply of New Pieces. ..."
2. The American in Paris by John Sanderson (1847)
"... Variet^s—The Odeon—Mademoiselle George—Hamlet—Republican spirit of the age—Character of the French stage—Machinery of the drama—The Claqueurs—Supply of ..."
3. Benjamin's Treatise on the Law of Sale of Personal Property: With References by Judah Philip Benjamin, Arthur Beilby Pearson, Hugh Fenwick Boyd, Charles Lyon Corbin (1884)
"... by means of hired applauders (claqueurs), the success of actors or of pieces performed by them, (г) French oode. horse and wagon by careless driving, ..."
4. Recollections of an Actor by Walter Alexander Donaldson (1865)
"Italian Opera at Paris— Malibran—Rossini—Balfe—The Claqueurs of the French Theatre—Michael Kelly—The French Stage in 1828—Reflections on Edmund Kean's ..."