American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Clair, René Originally René Chomette. 1898-1981. French filmmaker. An early exponent of productions with sound, he directed the classics Sous les Toits de Paris (1929) and Le Million (1931).
- n. alternative spelling of Claire.
“Jessica St. Clair is Jane's younger sister, Emily, the stand-in for happily married, terribly earnest supermoms.”
“Margaret St. Clair is so far easily the nastiest of the Planet Stories writers after several efforts.”
“Lake St. Clair is definitely on the list for best Walleye fisheries in the world (and musky).”
“Upton St. Clair is the author of the Russian government.”
“Clair is a debutante artist that falls in love with him throughout their 30+ year relationship.”
“One night, I was calling -- I-- I called Clair just before the vote came up and we were talking about it.”
“An apartment at Yonge and St. Clair is not a basic human right.”
“St. Clair is an unsavory fellow, and his desires are not likely to appeal to a man of honor," replied Ellis, with a short, bitter laugh.”
“Your friend Miss St. Clair, is here, Daisy," my aunt Gary said.”
“Then my cousins Clair (aka Clair Bear) and James (aka Ejam) came in from the U.S.”
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