Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of clammer.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Jon thought, we clammers are scavengers, the most primitive of occupations.

    Working Title: "Third Persons"

  • The outraged violation these rich people felt when clammers trespassed, however briefly, on their property!

    Working Title: "Third Persons"

  • I'm one of the few clammers out now, for the tide has been coming in for an hour and the pros have already headed home, their rusty, wire baskets filled with quahogs, the hard-shelled clams that populate this bay.

    Corinne Demas: An Author's Adventures In Clamming

  • The clammers will tell you they are oxygenating the water, feeding the fish, and at any rate, are not doing any permanent harm.

    Archive 2009-01-01

  • The clammers will tell you they are oxygenating the water, feeding the fish, and at any rate, are not doing any permanent harm.

    Industrialism and clams

  • The railroad also enabled clammers to easily distribute their products outside of Pine Point, leading Enoch to become a clammer instead of a sea captain.

    His Captain Was a Real Character

  • The railroad also enabled clammers to easily distribute their products outside of Pine Point, leading Enoch to become a clammer instead of a sea captain.

    Archive 2009-10-01

  • The few of us who can afford to live along the bay will complain about the early morning hours of the clammers, and eventually dredging in shallow waters is banned, and a few more clammers are out of business.

    Archive 2009-01-01

  • You're welcome to join him--I'll make clammers out of both of you.

    Earth Day

  • The few of us who can afford to live along the bay will complain about the early morning hours of the clammers, and eventually dredging in shallow waters is banned, and a few more clammers are out of business.

    Industrialism and clams

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