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  • noun soccer someone connected with Burnley Football Club, as a fan, player, coach etc.

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Examples

  • What we call Claret the French term Bordeaux wines; though Clairet is an old French word, still occasionally used, signifying a thin weak potation.

    A Residence in France

  • Instead of Watson winning his sixth British Open, Cink rode away with the 17-inch silver beauty known as the Claret Jug.

    Cink's playoff performance denies Watson at British Open

  • This conflict is probably most famous for the "Claret" operations.

    Archive 2008-05-01

  • This conflict is probably most famous for the "Claret" operations.

    Britain's Secret War: The Indonesian Confrontation 1962 - 66 by Will Fowler

  • "Claret" meaning blood dates back at least a couple of centuries; while looking it up, I stumbled upon this wildly entertaining 1736 dictionary of "thieving slang."

    Archive 2007-04-01

  • "Claret" meaning blood dates back at least a couple of centuries; while looking it up, I stumbled upon this wildly entertaining 1736 dictionary of "thieving slang."

    Week 48: Unspoiled Monsters

  • "Claret," said Wallis, in a tone that seemed to imply no one could drink too much of that.

    The Marquis of Lossie

  • This is the actual true colour (Bendigo Woollen Mills 'Claret').

    Pea Soup

  • This was top secret and details of these so-called "Claret" operations were not revealed until the 1980s and only officially admitted in 1996.

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  • "Claret" is the term that was used by the British for red wines from Bordeaux.

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