Definition of Quahaugs

1. Noun. (plural of quahaug) ¹



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Definition of Quahaugs

1. quahaug [n] - See also: quahaug

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Quahaugs

quaggier
quaggiest
quaggles
quaggy
quagha
quaghas
quaghog
quagmire
quagmired
quagmires
quagmirier
quagmiriest
quagmiry
quags
quahaug
quahaugs (current term)
quahog
quahogged
quahogger
quahoggers
quahogging
quahogs
quai
quaich
quaiches
quaichs
quaigh
quaighs
quail
quail-dove

Literary usage of Quahaugs

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1. Acts and Resolves Passed by the General Court by Massachusetts (1916)
"... which accept the provisions of the act, to grant exclusive licenses to cultivate and dig clams and quahaugs, 1916, 35. SECT. 3 amended, 1905, 407. ..."

2. The Province of New Brunswick, Canada: Its Natural Resources, Developed and by Natural Resources Intelligence Branch, Canada (1921)
"CLAMS, quahaugs AND SCALLOPS These shellfish constitute a valuable asset to New Brunswick. Clams are dug out of the sand and mud flats which are laid bare ..."

3. Annual Report by Rhode Island, Commissioners of Shell Fisheries (1919)
"quahaugs Again we call your attention to the fact that we believe that quahaugs may be as profitably cultivated as oysters, in fact, quahaug cultivation has ..."

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