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Synonyms for clap

applaud

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Synonyms for clap

to express approval, especially by clapping

to make a sudden sharp, explosive noise

to strike, set down, or close in such a way as to make a loud noise

a sudden sharp, explosive noise

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a sudden very loud noise

a sharp abrupt noise as if two objects hit together

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put quickly or forcibly

cause to strike the air in flight

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clap one's hands or shout after performances to indicate approval

clap one's hands together

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strike the air in flight

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strike with the flat of the hand

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strike together so as to produce a sharp percussive noise

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About ChangeTheClap, she says eunuchs clap whenever they feel pain or whenever they need people's attention then why people make fun of them through clapping.
I asked him about clap banners as he waved his around at a recent home game.
Because arginine phosphate is the main source of ATP for muscle contraction and metabolism during exposure to environmental hypoxia, we expected a stronger effect on the maximum number of claps of the scallops in trial I.
With another repeat, the performer now cued to listen, then pointed to the audience that followed his claps.
The teacher will clap a rhythm pattern in one of the meters.
In addition there is an introductory clap corresponding with the anacrusis and extra to the six beat pattern, see Figure 1.
He tells us, the audience, that if we believe in fairies, we should clap our hands.
For noisier groups, 1 clap patterns and have the students repeat them.
And because the Creator is beyond duality, He only has one hand to clap with.
In Step 1, the children were trained to clap when given Al and to wave when given A2 (Al[right arrow]clap, A2[right arrow]wave).
One speed-up invention: the clap skate, which makes revolutionary use of a skater's biomechanics (body movement).
Tull -- the self-appointed Mother Clap (in real life, there was a Margaret Clap, who, the excellent program tells us, was tried in 1726 "for keeping a Sodomitical house") -- is living fat off the backs of boys and men yearning sexually to be free.
Peoples, Clap Your Hands" presents a blend of old and new.
Form a circle and clap to the pulse, keeping it steady.
Just days after conceiving and designing a retro-styled clap banner featuring #WagnerRevolution artwork, he watched as fans used social media to spread his idea far and wide.