claque definition

  • noun:
    • a team of persons employed to applaud at a performance.
    • a team of fawning admirers.
    • a small grouping of folks hired to go to a performance and to either applaud or boo.
    • several individuals who pre-arrange among on their own to convey strong assistance for a notion, in order to provide the false impression of a wider opinion.
    • a team of fawning admirers.
    • an accumulation of people employed to applaud at a theatrical convention.
    • a group of sycophantic supporters.
    • In theaters, a collection of males, known as claqueurs, distributed through market, and hired to applaud the piece or the stars; the device of paid applause.
    • Hence Any band of admirers applauding and praising from interested motives.
    • a small grouping of followers employed to applaud at a performance
    • a small grouping of people employed to applaud at a performance.
    • a team of fawning admirers.
    • a team of people employed to go to a performance and either applaud or boo.
    • a small grouping of people who pre-arrange among on their own to convey powerful help for a thought, in order to give the misconception of a wider opinion.
    • a small grouping of fawning admirers.
    • an accumulation of individuals employed to applaud at a theatrical convention.
    • a small grouping of sycophantic supporters.
    • In theaters, a set of men, called claqueurs, distributed through the audience, and hired to applaud the piece or perhaps the actors; the machine of premium applause.
    • therefore Any musical organization of admirers applauding and praising from interested motives.
    • a group of followers employed to applaud at a performance

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