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A name popularly given to the delicate morsel of dark meat contained in a small cavity of the bone on each side of the lower part of the back of a fowl
Of a pale beige colour tinted with grey or pink, like that of an oyster
A person who keeps secrets and private information to him- or herself
A pale beige color tinted with grey or pink, like that of an oyster

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Any marine bivalve mollusk of the Family Ostreidae, usually found adhering to rocks or other fixed objects in shallow water along the seacoasts, or in brackish water in the mouth of rivers
To fish for oysters
{n} a bivalvular shell-fish
Oysters have been cultivated for at least 2,000 years and have long been a favorite of Americans Oysters in the shell must be alive to be good to eat If an oyster is open, even slightly, and it doesn't close tightly when handled, discard it Dead oysters are unfit to eat Always scrub oyster shells thoroughly before opening There are four main varieties of oysters in the United States
A name popularly given to the delicate morsel contained in a small cavity of the bone on each side of the lower part of the back of a fowl
a sea-creature that lives in a shell
a small muscle on each side of the back of a fowl
A dark-brown sauce made with oysters, brine and soy sauce The ingredients are cooked until thick and concentrated Oyster sauce is popular in Asian dishes, especially stir fries
An oyster is a large flat shellfish. Some oysters can be eaten and others produce valuable objects called pearls
edible body of any of numerous oysters
Bivalve mollusk with irregularly shaped shell Occurring on the bottom or adhering to rocks and other objects in shallow water Flown in to Hammerheads fresh every day A variety of flavors and textures Check with your server or our Specials Board for today’s selection
Any marine bivalve mollusk of the genus Ostrea
marine mollusks having a rough irregular shell; found on the sea bed mostly in coastal waters a small muscle on each side of the back of a fowl gather oysters, dig oysters
The common European oyster (Ostrea edulis), and the American oyster (Ostrea Virginiana), are the most important species
a person who sprinkles his conversation with Yiddish expressions
{i} any of various edible bivalve mollusks that are found mainly in shallow waters and are generally eaten raw; dark piece of meat found in the hollow of the pelvic bone of a fowl; non-talkative or secretive person (Informal)
gather oysters, dig oysters
(n), a person who sprinkles his conversation with Yiddish expressions
a flat, edible shellfish that lives in shallow coastal waters and has a shell made up of two hinged parts
marine mollusks having a rough irregular shell; found on the sea bed mostly in coastal waters
They are usually found adhering to rocks or other fixed objects in shallow water along the seacoasts, or in brackish water in the mouth of rivers
a grayish-white color
A person who keeps the secrets trusted to him
If you say that the world is someone's oyster, you mean that they can do anything or go anywhere that they want to. You're young, you've got a lot of opportunity. The world is your oyster. Any bivalve of two families, Ostreidae (true oysters) or Aviculidae (pearl oysters), found in temperate and warm coastal waters worldwide. Both valves (halves) have a rough, often dirty-gray outer surface and a smooth white inner lining (nacre). The lower valve, which affixes to a surface, is nearly flat. The smaller upper valve is convex and has rougher edges. The oyster filters its food, minute organic particles, from the water. Cultivated as food, oysters are regarded as a delicacy. Pearls are the accumulation of nacre around a piece of foreign matter
Four major species in the United States are: Atlantic, found along the East and Gulf coasts; the European, a flat-shelled, round oyster of the Northwest and Maine; the Olympia, the half-dollar-sized oyster grown in the Northwest; and the fruit-flavored Pacific oyster, known for its wildly scalloped shell
A shell fish that is sometimes eaten raw It may sometimes contain a pearl that has value to it
a pale beige colour tinted with grey or pink, like that of an oyster
Oyster card
A contactless smart card, introduced in 2003, used to pay for public transport in the Greater London area
Oyster cards
plural form of Oyster card
oyster bed
A place on the seabed where oysters are grown to be harvested
oyster beds
plural form of oyster bed
oyster cracker
A small, dry, usually round cracker
oyster crackers
plural form of oyster cracker
oyster drill
A type of snail, Urosalpinx cinerea (and others), that uses its eversible gland to soften its prey's shell, and then drill a hole in the shell to consume the oyster or other shellfish
oyster drills
plural form of oyster drill
oyster farm
A place where oysters are raised for human consumption
oyster farms
plural form of oyster farm
oyster mushroom
A common mushroom prized for its edibility and lack of confusing look-alikes
oyster mushrooms
plural form of oyster mushroom
oyster sauce
a rich viscid sauce made from oysters and brine, used in Chinese cooking
oyster shell veneer
A type of veneer used on the cabinetwork of longcase clocks, which was produced by cutting the smaller boughs of walnut and laburnum trees in thin slices across the grain
oyster bank
{i} oyster bed, area in the ocean floor where oysters breed naturally or are raised; place for breeding and raising oysters
oyster bar
a bar (as in a restaurant) that specializes in oysters prepared in different ways
oyster bed
area in the ocean floor where oysters breed naturally or are raised; oyster bank
oyster bed
a workplace where oysters are bred and grown
oyster bed
An oyster bed is a place where oysters breed and grow naturally or are kept for food or pearls. A place where oysters breed or are raised. an area at the bottom of the sea where oysters live
oyster catcher
shore-bird who feeds on oysters and worms
oyster crab
tiny soft-bodied crab living within the mantle cavity of oysters
oyster crab
A small crab (Pinnotheres ostreum) that lives commensally inside the shell of a bivalve mollusk such as an oyster or a clam
oyster cracker
a small dry usually round cracker
oyster cracker
A small, dry, usually round soda cracker
oyster fish
a variety of toadfish
oyster mushroom
Any of several edible mushrooms of the genus Pleurotus, having a soft, flavorful, grayish cap
oyster mushroom
edible agaric with a soft grayish cap growing in shelving masses on dead wood
oyster plant
long white-skinned salsify
oyster shell
a shell of an oyster
oyster stew
oysters in cream
oyster stuffing
stuffing made with oysters
oyster white
A pale yellowish green to light gray
king oyster mushroom
an edible mushroom, Pleurotus eryngii
king oyster mushrooms
plural form of king oyster mushroom
mountain oyster
Hog testicles prepared as food
pearl oyster
Any of several bivalve molluscs that are a source of pearls, but especially Pinctada margaritifera
spiny oyster
A bivalve mollusc of the genus Spondylus
the world is one's oyster
In order to achieve something in this world, one has to grab the opportunity
the world is one's oyster
All opportunities are open to someone, the world is theirs
European oyster
An oyster (Ostrea edulis) having a round flat shell and a metallic taste, native to northern Europe and cultured primarily in the northwestern United States and Maine. Also called flat oyster
Olympia oyster
A small oyster (Ostrea lurida) native to the Pacific coast of North America
Pacific oyster
An oyster (Crassostrea gigas) cultured in the United States and Europe, having a scalloped shell and a fruity flavor. Also called Portuguese oyster
japanese oyster
a large oyster native to Japan and introduced along the Pacific coast of the United States; a candidate for introduction in Chesapeake Bay
oysters
ostreidae
oysters
plural of oyster
pearl oyster
Any of several bivalve marine mollusks of the genus Pinctada and related genera of tropical waters, especially P. margaritifera, a major commercial source of pearls
pearl oyster
tropical marine bivalve found chiefly off eastern Asia and Pacific coast of North America and Central America; a major source of pearls
saddle oyster
thin-shelled bivalve having the right valve deeply notched
seed oyster
A young oyster, especially one suitable for transplanting to another bed; a spat
seed oyster
a young oyster especially of a size for transplantation
spanish oyster plant
a golden thistle of southwestern Europe cultivated for its edible sweet roots and edible leaves and stalks; its yellow flowers are used as a substitute for saffron
virginia oyster
common edible oyster of Atlantic coast of North America
window oyster
marine bivalve common in Philippine coastal waters characterized by a large thin flat translucent shell
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    oys·ter

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    oystır

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    /ˈoistər/ /ˈɔɪstɜr/

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    [ 'ois-t&r ] (noun.) 13th century. Old English ostre, from Latin ostrea; reinforced or superceded in Middle English by Anglo-Norman oistre from Old French oistre, uistre (modern French huître), also from Latin ostrea, from Ancient Greek ὄστρεον.

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