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I remember I wanted very much to dress in white for the clambake, some weeks after that, but you wouldn't allow it.
ELSIE AT HOMEMARTHA FINLEY
There was to be a grand excursion and clambake at Setuckit Beach and all hands was going—four catboats full.
CAPE COD STORIESJOSEPH C. LINCOLN
At eleven o'clock we had the clambake with beer in the kitchen, and Mr. von Inwald came, after all.
WHERE THERE'S A WILLMARY ROBERTS RINEHART
I'm going to dig clams and catch crabs, and we'll have a clambake on shore, Sue.
One of these was an Indian clambake, neatly paved and piled with ashes and unopened clam shells.
Not to know the delights of a clambake, not to love chowder, to be ignorant of lobscouse!
THE CRUISE OF THE DOLPHINTHOMAS BAILEY ALDRICH
There ought to be a public meeting about this, and resolutions, and perhaps a clambake.
"That's one way to keep cool at a clambake," grinned the man in gray.
FRANK MERRIWELL'S CRUISEBURT L. STANDISH
Accept my congratulations on this remarkably successful clambake.
FRANK MERRIWELL'S CRUISEBURT L. STANDISH
That name was on the stone before I joined you at the clambake.
FRANK MERRIWELL'S CRUISEBURT L. STANDISH

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