eclat vs plaudits what difference

what is difference between eclat and plaudits

English

Etymology

From French éclat. More at éclat.

Noun

eclat (countable and uncountable, plural eclats)

  1. Alternative spelling of éclat

Anagrams

  • CELTA, Cleta, cleat, ectal


English

Noun

plaudits

  1. (often used in plural) plural of plaudit
    • 1860, Henry Brooke, William Peter Strickland, Charles Kingsley, The Fool of Quality: Or, The History of Henry, Earl of Moreland, page 171:
      As soon as they had finished, the whole assembly could scarce refrain from breaking forth in loud plaudits, as at the public theatre ; and a humming of mixed voices and patting feet was heard throughout.

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