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Use "shucking" in a sentence
"I don't mind sending physical copies, but if some folks are fine with PDFs there's no point in shucking out for postage, right?"
"What marvel that to be a boy at Lovell's Harbor was a boon to be coveted even if along with the distinction went a throng of homely tasks such as shucking clams, cleaning cod, baiting lobster pots, and running errands?"
"It may very well borderline on torture, which I probably shouldn’t admit since last time I posted about not liking something, namely shucking oysters I found myself staring at a case of them the next day…"