Part of speech:
Any of several other troutlike fishes
Any of various small, chiefly marine, often edible decapod crustaceans that have a laterally compressed, elongated body with long antennae and long legs used for swimming. The shrimps include species belonging to the superfamily Penaeoidea of the suborder Dendrobranchiata and to the infraorder Caridea of the suborder Pleocyemata.
To catch or ensnare in a net:
The definition of bass is the lowest part of the musical scale.
(Australia, UK) A sea turtle.
(Informal) An impressive example:
To give a hint:
Any small fish that can be fried whole in a pan
To try to catch suspended or floating fruit with the teeth
The flesh of a lobster used as food.
Any of several edible bivalve mollusks of the family Ostreidae, having a rough, irregularly shaped shell attached to the substrate in shallow marine waters. Oysters are widely cultivated for food.
To expect or demand:
Of fishes, fishermen, or fishing
Relating to or characteristic of fishes.
To complain or find fault in a petty or nagging way
A thing or animal that darts
(Informal) To give a specific point of view to (a story, report, etc.)
To cast artificial flies with a fly rod, as in fishing.
To use a seine, to fish with a seine.
Pisces is a water sign.
Any of several species similar in appearance.
Of or pertaining to fishing.
Like a fish
Habitually feeding on fish. Terns and cormorants are piscivorous birds.
A french fry:
(Zoology) A generic term for organisms in the ocean that are capable of swimming independently of currents.
A continuous length or extent of something:
The definition of a shoal is a large group, particularly of fish, or a sandy, shallow area of water.
A product or an outcome:
(Archaic) To defeat in a lawsuit; to decide against; to convict.
To gut or clean (fish).
A suffix used to form the names of various chemical compounds, especially the second part of the name of a compound that has two members (such as sodium chloride ) or the name of a general type of compound (such as polysaccharide ).
To refine or extract (metal) in this way
To put the sole of (a golf club) on the ground, as in preparing to make a stroke.
the twelfth sign of the zodiac; the sun is in this sign from about February 19 to March 20
A tuna (Thunnus alalunga) with unusually long pectoral fins, important as a game and food fish in all warm seas; loosely, other similar scombroid fishes
Any of a family (Toxotidae) of freshwater percoid fishes of Australasia
Any of a family (Sphyraenidae) of fierce, pikelike percoid fishes of tropical seas: some species are edible
An edible sunfish (Lepomis macrochirus) of North American lakes and streams, having a dark spot on the dorsal fin.
Any of several stocky North American freshwater catfishes of the genus Ameiurus, having a tail that is not forked.
Any of numerous scaleless, chiefly freshwater fishes of the order Siluriformes, characteristically having whiskerlike barbels extending from the upper jaw.
By extension, various vaguely related marine or freshwater fishes.
Any of various trouts (esp. genus Coregonus) found in the colder lakes of the NE U.S. and of Canada
A large, voracious percoid game fish (Rachycentron canadum) found in warm seas: it has a conspicuous black stripe along each side of the body
Any of various fishes of the group Coelacanthiformes or Actinistia, having lobed, fleshy fins. Coelacanths are crossopterygians, the ancient group of lobe-finned fishes that gave rise to land vertebrates. They were known only from Paleozoic and Mesozoic fossils until a living species ( Latimeria chalumnae ) was found in the Indian Ocean in 1938. A second Latimeria species was described in 1999.
Either of two edible North American sunfishes, the black crappie or the white crappie.
Any of a family (Zoarcidae, order Gadiformes) of marine bony fishes that resemble eels
Any of a family (Gobiidae) of small, predatory, spiny-finned percoid fishes of tropical and subtropical seas: the pelvic fins are united as a suction disk that clings to rocky surfaces
Any of several large sea basses (esp. genera Epinephelus and Mycteroperca) found in warm seas
Any of an order (Petromyzoniformes) of jawless fishes with a funnel-shaped mouth surrounded by rasping teeth with which it bores into the flesh of other fishes to suck their blood
Any of various small, North American pike fishes (genus Esox)
Any of various small South American freshwater bony fishes (family Serrasalmidae, order Cypriniformes) having strong jaws and very sharp teeth: they hunt in schools, attacking any animals, including human beings
Peprilus simillimus, the Pacific pompano.
A large, fierce mackerel shark (Lamna nasus) of the N Atlantic, that brings forth living young
Any of a family (Sparidae) of marine percoid food fishes having spiny fins and a wide body covered with large scales, as the scup, the pinfish, and the sheepshead
Any of various fishes having reddish fins, as a pickerel (Esox americanus) of E North America
Any of various fishes with a reddish coloration, as the red drum
Any of various large freshwater and marine fishes of the family Acipenseridae of the Northern Hemisphere, having ganoid scales and edible flesh and valued for their roe, which is used for caviar, and their swim bladders, which are used to make isinglass.
A deciduous shrub or small tree (Euonymus atropurpureus) of eastern North America, having small purplish flowers, pink fruit containing scarlet arils, and red foliage in the autumn.
Any of various marine food fishes having delicate white flesh, especially several hakes of the genus Merluccius and several kingfishes of the genus Menticirrhus.
Anything very small or trifling
Any of various fishes, especially an ocean sunfish or a pufferfish, having or capable of assuming a globular shape.
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