handclap handclap


  • (n) a clap of the hands to indicate approval


  1. Another handclap starts his radio blaring again when he thinks the plug is ended.
  2. An hour later when a filling station blew up it seemed no louder than a handclap.
  3. For the first only time during the convention, hardly a handclap followed John Lewis from the speaker's rostrum.


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