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chowderchow‧der /ˈtʃaʊdə $ -ər/ noun [uncountable]  DFFa thick soup usually made with fish, vegetables, and milk
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chowderI have never had such good clam chowder that they have over at the Brighton House.Shrug, and serve some more clam chowder.There was cheese soup and a brat, or clam chowder and baked stuffed lobster, or gumbo and chicken jambalaya.The tuna tartare with chopped avocado, the clam chowder with smoked bacon and the giant Louisiana prawns were all a hit.The tastiest way to warm up is with a bowl of Boston's traditional clam chowder with oyster crackers.They make it look like a ship with waiters like pirates singing shanties into your clam chowder.Morrill glanced sideways at the cooling chowder and let it go.Jasper got half way through a bowl of ghoulish-looking chowder.
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