Definition of Clochard

1. Noun. A beggar or vagrant, especially in France. ¹



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Definition of Clochard

1. a vagrant [n -S] - See also: vagrant

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Clochard

cloams
cloath
cloaths
clobazam
clobber
clobbered
clobbering
clobbers
clobenpropit
clobenzepam
clobenzorex
clobenztropine
clobetasol
clobetasol propionate
clobutinol
clochard (current term)
clochards
cloche
cloches
clocinizine
clock
clock-face timetable
clock-face timetables
clock-generator
clock-watcher
clock-watching
clock dial
clock face
clock faces
clock generator

Literary usage of Clochard

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1. Adventure Guide to Aruba, Bonaire and Curacao by Lynne M. Sullivan (2002)
"Of course, the wine list is lengthy and includes a variety of vintages from France, Italy, California, Australia, and Chile. BISTRO LE clochard ..."

2. A Survey of London by John Stow (1908)
"25. a strong clochard. Stow's ascription of this building to Edward III was ... The clochard at the west end of the Little Sanctuary was an isolated belfry, ..."

3. A General Bibliographical Dictionary by Friedrich Adolf Ebert, Arthur Browne (1837)
"4842 clochard. Palais, maisons et vues d'Italie, mesurés et dessinés par Pt. clochard, et gravés par Bance, Normand etc. Par., l'auteur, 1810. fol. i.î ..."

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