'clare (third-person singular simple present 'clares, present participle 'claring, simple past and past participle 'clared)
- Eye dialect spelling of declare, representing African American Vernacular English.
- 1937, Zora Neale Hurston, Their Eyes Were Watching God, Harper Perennial (2000), page 107:
- “Tea Cake, Ah ’clare Ah don’t know whut tuh make outa you. You’se so crazy.