- n. Plural form of clam.
- n. informal terms for money
“Maybe I'm secretly a caveman, but I find that, like the clams from a few weeks ago, foods you have to eat with your hands and crack and gnaw and throw into a bucket are so much more social and prone to laughter and food fights and fun.”
“Pour in clams and half the broth, stirring well to deglaze the pot.”
“A stick for prying clams from the reef, for example, counted as one techno-unit, whereas a bamboo crab trap with a baited lever counted as 16, because it comprised 16 working parts, each a technology in its own right.”
“In 1989 in Shanghai, hepatitis A virus in uncooked, polluted clams from the East China Sea infected more than 300,000 people and killed 47.”
“Because what's good for the clams is good for the planet.”
“Digin clams by the side of the Bay, watching the tide go away, digin clams by the side of the Bay, wastin time.”
“And, Danna, perhaps Melvina has never seen the birds we call clams?" she suggested.”
“Some residents secure theirs in "clams" - lockable steel shells that encase cars completely.”
“I popped down to our local seafood wholesaler, where the stock is always really fresh and cheap and picked up 2 kilos of clams, which is more than the recipe specified, but at $6 for 2 kilos - what a great deal!”
“Interspersed with the clams were the serpulas, beautiful feathery petals, forever moving round and round, perched on the end of a long, thick, greyish tube.”
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Synonyms for money.
words for currency
Slang terms (mostly American) for money.
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Idiomatic, literary & metaphorical standards of measurement.
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