Definition of Clammers

1. Noun. (plural of clammer) ¹



¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Clammers

1. clammer [n] - See also: clammer

Lexicographical Neighbors of Clammers

clamberer
clamberers
clambering
clambers
clamburger
clamdigger
clamdiggers
clame
clames
clamjamphrie
clamjamphries
clamlike
clammed
clammed up
clammer
clammers (current term)
clammier
clammiest
clammily
clamminess
clamminesses
clamming
clamming up
clammy
clammy chickweed
clammy locust
clammyweed
clamor
clamored
clamorer

Literary usage of Clammers

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Sand Dunes and Salt Marches by Charles Wendell Townsend (1913)
"Nowadays the clammers reach the flats in motor boats,—noisy and vile-smelling ... Occasionally the clammers live in weather-beaten huts near the flats, ..."

2. Preparing Your Child for College: A Resource Book for Parents by Dan Morrissey (2001)
"In Sea clammers, an association claimed that the County Sewerage Authority discharged and dumped pollutants, violating the Federal Water Pollution Control ..."

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