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The definition of a clam is an animal that lives in shallow water with a hard shell and no backbone, or is slang for a U.S. dollar.
Any of various weeds that grow in grainfields, as the corn cockle
Any of a large phylum (Mollusca) of invertebrate animals, including the chitons, gastropods, cephalopods, scaphopods, and bivalves characterized by a soft, unsegmented body, typically enclosed wholly or in part in a mantle and a calcareous shell, and usually having gills and a foot
Any of numerous freshwater bivalve mollusks of the order Unionoida that burrow in the sand or mud of rivers, streams, and ponds.
Any of various bivalve mollusks with an irregularly shaped, unequal shell, living attached to rocks, other shells, etc., and widely used as food
The single shell of such a mollusk
A spattering sound, as of raindrops.
Having a shell consisting of a single valve or piece. Used of a mollusk.
(Zoology) Any of the Pelecypoda.
Find another word for bivalve. In this page you can discover 27 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for bivalve, like: clam, cockle, mollusk, mussel, oyster, scallop, spat, univalve, bivalved, pelecypod and lamellibranch.