Definition of 'lammed'
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Mok The Youngest - he was about fifteen - lammed along the pier on bare feet, carrying a basket of lobster.A MEANS TO EVIL
`No," Michelle finally answered, listlessly letting the wind buffet her hair as we lammed off north-west.THE TARTAN RINGERS
The biggest landed a bang at Arthur's head, who lammed back with his fist, shirt ripped and nose streaking blood.THE OPEN DOOR
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