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Clammed means starvation; that is, care killed the cat; for want of food the entrails get "clammed."
Kellner had clammed up, and when the now suspicious editor had tried to check Colquhoun's tale personally, Colquhoun had vanished.
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The crack above the door should not be clammed until the muffle begins to get warm.
Spy holes are left where necessary, and the whole well clammed to prevent the loss of heat during firing.
But he clammed up about that, hoping to keep it a secret until he could go back and claim it.
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