oyster

[ US /ˈɔɪstɝ/ ]
[ UK /ˈɔ‍ɪstɐ/ ]
VERB
  1. gather oysters, dig oysters
NOUN
  1. marine mollusks having a rough irregular shell; found on the sea bed mostly in coastal waters
  2. edible body of any of numerous oysters
  3. a small muscle on each side of the back of a fowl
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How To Use oyster In A Sentence

  • You can have sea bass, lobster, herring, turbot, sturgeon cusks, haddock, mullet, eels, crabs, oysters and mussels.
  • Shore bird numbers are declining, he says, particularly among oystercatchers, red-capped dotterels and beach thick-knees.
  • Serve the oysters topped with the shallot relish and lemon wedges. Times, Sunday Times
  • There were mussels and abalones and clams and rock-oysters, and great ocean-crabs that were thrown upon the beaches in stormy weather. CHAPTER XVIII
  • Flip the lid and down it in one, like an oyster.
  • The sumptuous VIP room - the Krug Room - is an intimate setting where indulgence is accompanied by fine delicacies like oysters and caviar.
  • The food eaten may be oysters, fresh fruit or vegetables, water, ice, or bakery products.
  • He could see the potential for lobster farming and later in Australia would experiment with the aquaculture of oysters, pearls, and pearl shells.
  • We went through a period of oysters being supped from the shell, but now there is a return to cooking them. Oysters Come Back in Vogue
  • Here the interior is inlaid with millions of beautiful shells, scallops, paloudres, clams, periwinkles, mussels, oysters and rogans.
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