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clap·per
[klap-er]
NOUN
1.
a person who applauds.
2.
the tongue of a bell.
3.
the tongue.
4.
two flat sticks held between the fingers and struck rhythmically against each other to produce abrupt, sharp sounds.
5.
a platen press.
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A fast slap shot in the game of hockey. Goaltenders avoid these type of shots.

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Clapper definition, a person who applauds. See more.

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clapper meaning: a piece of metal hanging inside a bell which makes the bell ring by hitting its sides. Learn more.

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Define clapper. clapper synonyms, clapper pronunciation, clapper translation, English dictionary definition of clapper. n. 1. One who applauds. 2. The tongue of  ...

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Instantly, he let go of Sam, his free hand stilling the clapper, for a bell gone awry could have disastrous consequences for its wielder.Garth Nix LIRAEL: ...

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a person who claps; anything that makes a clapping sound; the moving part inside a bell, that strikes the side of the bell; tongue; the tongue of a garrulous ...

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The Liberty Bell cracked the first time the clapper struck the sides of the bell. The bell was recast twice, but eventually the clapper cracked that bell as well.