Any of several fishes of the genus Brevoortia, especially B. tyrannus of North American Atlantic waters, used as a source of fish oil, fishmeal, fertilizer, and bait.
Any of various small edible marine fishes of the family Clupeidae, especially a commercially important European species, Sardina pilchardus, which is often canned. Small pilchards are sometimes called sardines.
Any of a family (Engraulidae) of very small fishes (order Clupeiformes) with large mouths, found mostly in warm seas: anchovies, esp. the European species (Engraulis encrasicholus), are used as a relish, either canned in oil or made into a salty paste
Find another word for sardines. In this page you can discover 18 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for sardines, like: brisling (Norwegian), Sardinia pilchardus (Latin), young herring, sea-bass, menhaden, pilchard, sprats, tuna, calamari, whitebait and taramasalata.