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Fish

Synonyms for fish:

Sense 1 (noun)

oyster, mullet, bream.

Sense 3 (noun)

fillet, chowder, bouillabaisse.

Sense 4 (noun)

bottom feeder, pelagic, fry.

Sense 6 (noun)

draw out, worm out of, draw, drag out of, force out of, squeeze out.

animals (noun)

beasts, marsupials, Animals, carnivores, Amphibians, canines, Vertebrates, Insects, brutes, birds, creatures, Mammals, reptiles, Rodents, herbivores, Ruminants, felines, Invertebrates.

fastener (noun)

fillet.

fish (noun)

sailfish, flatfish, Pisces The Fishes, eel, barracuda, grouper, marlin, hake, shark, bass, halibut, kipper, flounder, pike, perch, herring, tuna, Sting ray, swordfish, guppy, sturgeon, bluegill, albacore, turbot, carp, speckled trout, sole, dogfish, smelt, blackfish, angle, anchovy, fluke, pisces, gar, Sea Food, catfish, walleye, sardine, rainbow trout, haddock, mackerel, goby, pickerel, lamprey, tarpon, sea horse, trout, char, puffer, crappie, salmon, hammerhead, whitefish, minnow, goldfish, Mudfish, bowfin, ray, sunfish.

contact (verb)

angle.

throwing bait to catch seafood (verb)

angle.

Pisces the Fishes

Pisces The Fishes.

Sense 1

piranha, chowder, fishcake, lox, pie, rollmop, pry out, prize out of, drag out of, roe, whale, bouillabaisse, fish stick, fillet, whitebait, force out of, worm out of, pelagic, smoked salmon.

Sense 2

mullet, bottom feeder, pilchard, skate, red herring, whiting, sprat, snapper, lemon sole, plaice, squeeze out.

Sense 3

bream, COD, draw out, fry.

Sense 20

draw.

bivalve

oyster.

blade

knife.

medusa

jellyfish.

nourishment

food.

projectile

torpedo.

Other synonyms and related words:

body, pisces, red herring, fry, pilchard, sprat, chowder, thing, party, piranha, grope, jellyfish, bouillabaisse, slob, scout, cookie, roe, plaice, face, skate, fishing, soul, angle, specimen, whiting, mullet, draw, knife, bream, personage, pie, torpedo, egg, man, snapper, lean, oyster, character, fillet, still-fish, whale, Pisces The Fishes.

Usage examples for fish:

  • And after, that manner of fish after the third day departeth and goeth into the sea. - "The-Travels-of-Sir-John-Mandeville", Mandeville, John, Sir.
  • And there was such nice fish. - "A Little Girl in Old Quebec", Amanda Millie Douglas.

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