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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishclaptrapclap‧trap /ˈklæptræp/ noun [uncountable]  informalUNTRUE talk that is stupid or shows a lack of knowledge romantic claptrap
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claptrapBut what happens when the right-wing minority decides that they've had enough of this liberal claptrap about integration?Yet in the face of this particular story such sentiments can seem like pious claptrap.Sentimental claptrap, Luce scolded herself.The rest of the claptrap is just social control.What is all this claptrap about a classless society and a citizens charter?
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