One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
A marine bivalve mollusc which has a somewhat triangular shell.
- ‘This time I found a sea star with a live wedge shell in its mouth.’
- ‘A complex investigation into cockles and wedge shells, the project topped 159 other entries from students in the region.’
- ‘Shellfish such as small cockles, nut shells and wedge shells are also probably taken.’
- ‘As soon as the oil begins to smoke, drain the clams and wedge shells and add them to the pot; they'll open immediately, adding their juices to the pot.’
- ‘It's always best to let clams hang in salt water a day to let them purge themselves of sand, although the wedge shells seem to contain very little.’
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