"The clams and scallops shall be ready within the hour," the mayor answered.
They may either be served up in this state, or in scallops, or put on the dish in a form, and the top browned with a salamander.
The bowl had scallops around the edge, and the ewer was tall and slim.
The same family includes the Scallops, which constitute the genus Pecten.
By night also it is on the look-out for Scallops and Sea-urchins.
PINK, stab with a weapon; pierce or cut in scallops for ornament.
The scallops of adjacent ridges are interlocking, and light green or yellow.
There will be scallops for supper, gentlemen, and then may we have your adventures?
After supper, where the scallops did not fail, the four gathered before the grate.
Some years there will be no scallops; in other years, plenty.