Definition of Quohogs

1. Noun. (plural of quohog) ¹



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Definition of Quohogs

1. quohog [n] - See also: quohog

Lexicographical Neighbors of Quohogs

quobs
quod
quod erat demonstrandum
quod google
quodded
quodding
quodlibet
quodlibetarian
quodlibetarians
quodlibets
quodlin
quodlins
quodque
quods
quohog
quohogs (current term)
quoi ci quoi ça
quoif
quoifed
quoifing
quoifs
quoil
quoils
quoin
quoined
quoining
quoinings
quoins
quoist
quoists

Literary usage of Quohogs

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

1. Spun-yarn from Old Nantucket: Consisting Mainly of Extracts from Books Now by Henry Sherman Wyer, Joseph C. Hart (1914)
""Just in time for the quohogs, eh?" exclaimed Peleg Folger, as, blowing like a porpoise, ... Miriam,— and then—1 shall be ready for the quohogs. Whew! ..."

2. The New-England Medical Review and Journal by Walter Channing, John Ware (1827)
"... and drinking freely of spirits, he ate a large quantity of shell-fish, (quohogs,) returned to his lodgings, and passed a distressed and sleepless night; ..."

3. Pilgrim Memorials, and Guide for Visitors to Plymouth Village: With a by William Shaw Russell (1851)
"... beside five species of edible shell fish,— oysters, quohogs, clams, winkles, and muscles. In the winter, besides the various kinds of shell fish, ..."

4. The Pioneer Preacher: Incidents of Interest, and Experiences in the Author's by Sherlock Bristol (1887)
"The adjacent shores and shoals of Long Island Sound were covered with oysters, quohogs, clams, mussels, scallops and almost every species of the great conch ..."

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