A member of a claque.
More example sentences
- Some claqueurs even developed specialties - such as the rieur, the most expert laugher in a given claque.
- Before enlisting he had been the chief of a gang of claqueurs, whose business it was to lead the applause, or it might be, the hissing at the theatres of Rome.
- In the title story, ‘The Lost and Found,’ Dulce Maria O'Riley de Vaca works part time as a claqueur, applauding for a television program called ‘The Lost and Found Show.’
mid 19th century: French, from claquer 'to clap'.
Definition of claqueur in:
- The US English dictionary