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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishéclaté‧clat /eɪˈklɑː/ noun [uncountable] literary  1 PRAISEpraise and admiration Miller’s new play has been greeted with great éclat.2 WAY/MANNERa way of doing something with a lot of style, especially in order to attract attention
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éclatPinckney has served in Congress with ability and éclat.
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