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- n. One who digs for clams.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- An obsolete form of clamber.
- n. A forceps, like a pair of tongs, used in deep-sea soundings to obtain specimens from the bottom of the sea. The jaws are closed by means of a weight. Also called clam, clam-tongs. See clam, 1 .
- n. One whose business is the digging and sale of clams.
While more Americans die without proper healthcare, the obstructionists clammer for a do-over.
Funny how those who clammer loudest about government intruding into their lives clammor for illegal wiretapping and police checkpoints, just like the commies have …
On the one hand, they clammer for more time to review her extensive record.
Jimmy, a clammer who was especially adept at following Charlie to his spots and who pretended friendship with the brothers, or so it seemed to Jon, had not arrived yet.
Amazing that such inept, stupid woman as all you libs here will no doubt clammer, draws such attention.
You want out of Iraq * NOW* and you clammer for impeachment ... and yet you only have 49 Democratic Senators!!!
I can hardly blame the engineer who designs the hydraulic dredger, nor the driller at Exxon who mines oil for his boat, nor the construction woman who paved the ramp where the clammer launched his boat this morning.
Still, in a day when a clammer may take over 10 bushels an old word, he's not going to know one from the other.
Beyond the careless destruction of habitat, the sin of the industrial clammer is not knowing the critters he sells.
Since most of us are industrial eaters, not knowing where our critters came from, I can hardly blame the clammer.
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