clap[ klap ]SEE DEFINITION OF clap
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CLAP
He wanted to curse and swear, and had to clap his hands on his mouth to prevent it.
From outside I thought it was beautiful, and I began to clap my hands on reaching the house.
But the clap of thunder came on the very night of the nuptials.
Throw off your moorings, then, and clap on sail, for we must go.'
At the first clap of thunder, Mademoiselle Remanjou made the sign of the cross.
An instant's lull there was, like the lull in nature that precedes a clap of thunder.
But if we cut off any stragglers, we could clap hands on them and bring them back to you.
“We might go and look at the men with the clap nets,” Chebron answered.
For an instant there was a silence much like the silence that follows a clap of thunder.
Certainly, you may stay as long as you like, and you may clap when you please.