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Clambake vs. Hotbox

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Clambakenoun

An informal beach party in which food, usually seafood, is cooked in a pit dug in the sand, filled with hot coals.

Hotboxnoun

A container maintained at elevated temperatures in order to heat or cook its contents.

Clambakenoun

An instance of smoking (usually marijuana) in an enclosed space.

Hotboxnoun

An oven.

Clambakenoun

A meeting of predominantly females.

‘taco fest’;

Hotboxnoun

(engineering) An overheated shaft bearing.

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Clambakeadjective

(figurative) Informal, makeshift, sloppy.

Hotboxverb

To smoke marijuana in a small confined area, such as the inside of a car, until it is full of smoke, thereby purportedly intensifying the drug's effects.

Clambakeverb

To smoke marijuana in an enclosed space such as a car with the windows up.

Hotboxverb

To put out a cigarette just before entering a vehicle, then expel smoke in the vehicle.

Clambakeverb

To enclose something and fill it with smoke by smoking (usually marijuana) inside it.

‘We clambaked the car last night!’;

Hotboxnoun

a journal bearing (as of a railroad car) that has overheated

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Clambakenoun

The backing or steaming of clams on heated stones, between layers of seaweed; hence, a picnic party, gathered on such an occasion.

Clambakenoun

a cookout at the seashore where clams and fish and other foods are cooked--usually on heated stones covered with seaweed

Clambake

The clambake or clam bake, also known as the New England clambake, is a traditional method of cooking seafood, such as lobster, mussels, crabs, soft-shell clams, and quahogs. The food is traditionally cooked by steaming the ingredients over layers of seaweed in a pit oven.

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