- n. A female given name.
- Latin clara, feminine of clarus, "bright, shining, clear", a post-classical name made famous by the 13th century Saint Clara (Clare) of Assisi. (Wiktionary)
“Well, little Clara kissed my hand when she had eaten enough -- (it was so odd for _Clara_ to have _enough_) -- and her sunken eyes grew bright, and she said -- "Now I shall not be beaten, because I've something left to carry home;" so she told me where she lived, and I bade her good bye, and told her I would come and see her mother to-morrow.”
“So Captain Roger Steele does not know that the person who rented a blue Impala four days ago showed identification bearing the name Clara Washington.”
“He found that he could not easily forget a word Clara said.”
“Santa Clara is a prime example of being at the right place at the right time.”
“Swimming: Santa Clara is the next Grand Prix stop as U.S. swimmers continue to build up toward the World Championships next month.”
“Santa Clara is a striking, imposing mass of building, beautifully situated at the foot of three bold, high rocks, with a remarkably handsome church attached to it.”
“Q: “Death has its own aura,” you wrote, and so much of this novel involves death-not only because the story involves the mystery of an old murder and a new crime, but because your protagonist, Clara, is an undertaker.”
“My protagonist, Clara, is such a damaged person, she was able to tell me her story only in bits and pieces, like therapy sessions.”
“Clara is living a healthy life in the Dominican Republic.”
“And in Clara's specific case, I respect a lot her decision.”
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