Definition of Clareted
1. claret [v] - See also: claret
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Literary usage of Clareted
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Literary Landmarks of London by Laurence Hutton (1903)
"... 1 have also teen drinking, aud on cue occasion, with three other friends of the Cocoa Tree, from six till four, yea, five in the matin. We clareted and ..."
2. Life of Lord Byron: With His Letters and Journals by George Gordon Byron Byron, Thomas Moore (1851)
"I have also been drinking, and, on one occasion, with three other friends at the Cocoa Tree, from six till four, yea, unto five in the matin. We clareted ..."
3. The Ghosts of Piccadilly by George Slythe Street (1907)
"on one occasion, with three other friends at the Cocoa Tree, from six till four, yea, unto five in the matin. We clareted and cham- ..."
4. Literary London by Elsie M. Lang, Gilbert Keith Chesterton (1907)
"We clareted and c till two, then supped, and finished v of Regency punch, composed of Made and green tea, no real water bein therein. ..."