to deny to speak or respond
Should Americans clam up, too? The fear is that singing projects out from the lungs respiratory droplets that could contain the COVID-19 virus.
This is because nervous or anxious candidates tend to clam up.
“Two months ago we really expected people to clam up and be quite focused on themselves,” Mr Stubley said.
I got a chance to start studying body movements and kids that clam up or walk out of the room.
However, when the wounds are a little less visible — such as the scars that tear us apart on the inside — we clam up.
Many companies clam up and don't share information with employees.
When he asks Eric for his opinion on the matter, however, the ordinarily snarky teenager seems to clam up.