- n. Plural form of oyster.
“She or her sailors dynamited fish daily, while the Balesuna natives were paid tobacco for bringing in oysters from the mangrove swamps.”
“We're not wantin 'to quarrel with you, Mr. Taft, but we jes' wish you wouldn't insinuate that them oysters is yours an 'that we're thieves an' robbers till you can prove the goods.”
“There's more money in oysters," the Porpoise remarked dryly.”
“She learned to knock the small oysters from the rocks, and once she found a string of fresh-caught fish some small boy had forgotten to take home with him.”
“She dug clams in the marsh, knocked the tiny oysters from the rocks, and gathered mussels.”
“Who would put mountain oysters in white wine to marinate?”
“The eastern shore is populated in part by the watermen, simple fishermen who take in oysters from the Chesapeake Bay.”
“Perhaps the most famous pairing with oysters is Champagne — the drier and meatier, the better.”
“LSU experts say ceramides are found in oysters and a handful of other sea creatures.”
“I anticipated the secret world of a backwoods Cajun or a rural Missouri afternoon with the raw and rugged, testosterone-charged redneck folk living just beyond the law, downing Rocky Mountain oysters and chugging Wild Turkey.”
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