Antonyms for clamming

Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


In reality, however, only a few of these licensees make a regular business of clamming.

At Essex spading forks are used for clamming, but not as extensively as the hooker.

Naturally, this seems curious, when winter and summer clamming are compared.

In 1906 Dartmouth, by a State law, required permits for clamming.

Practically no business is made of clamming by the citizens of the town except for local consumption.

These orifices have plugs that fit them loosely so that if necessary they can be pulled without disturbing the clamming.

The clamming should be done with care, as bits are liable to flake off and stick to the glaze.

As the colour dies the clamming, if any, may be knocked away, and later on the spy plugs removed.

"Oh, yes, there's fine fishing and clamming and crabbing," said Mrs. Madden.