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  1. lobstersnoun

    Plural form of lobster.

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  1. Lobsters

    Lobsters is a novelette written by Charles Stross.

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Numerology

  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of lobsters in Chaldean Numerology is: 2

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of lobsters in Pythagorean Numerology is: 2

Examples of lobsters in a Sentence

  1. Caterer Joseph Lee:

    I went in to do my usual shopping for my catering business, i saw these two orange lobsters from a distance and thought they were toys because that’s the only time I’ve seen them orange apart from when they’re cooked. I knew they wouldn’t have put cooked lobsters in there because you need to keep lobsters in a special tank with flowing water below seven degrees.

  2. Peter Lagorio:

    No lobsters were harmed, we were able to bring them back to the shop and ship them to our client on time.

  3. Jared Golden:

    If the Biden White House can prioritize purchasing 200 Maine lobsters for a fancy dinner, [Biden] should also take the time to meet with the Maine lobstermen his administration is currently regulating out of business.

  4. Peter Lagorio:

    It's very Bostonian, the idea of a truck heist involved in Charlestown with lobsters is very, very unique to this great city.

  5. Jim Manning:

    Every day they go out, they wonder why does their catch change from day to day and what is it that drives the animals to one day go in the trap and others not, almost all of the hundreds of lobstermen that I’ve talked to are convinced that temperature is the big driver and what moves the animals. The more the temperature changes, the more the lobsters move. The more they move, the more [they are] exposed to the traps.

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