[ US /ˈbɫoʊfɪʃ/ ]
[ UK /blˈə‍ʊfɪʃ/ ]
  1. delicacy that is highly dangerous because of a potent nerve poison in ovaries and liver
  2. any of numerous marine fishes whose elongated spiny body can inflate itself with water or air to form a globe; several species contain a potent nerve poison; closely related to spiny puffers
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How To Use blowfish In A Sentence

  • ‘No,’ he replied as his face turned into a giant red blowfish.
  • Got my hair cut today in a v stylish bob with short choppy fringe that makes me look exactly like a blowfish. AND GOD CREATED THE AU PAIR
  • They were hooty and they blew and they were called Hootie and the Blowfish. What Is Twitter?
  • Well, on the bright side I now know how a blowfish feels.
  • And not just any fish, mind you, but tasty ones, like flying fish, yellowtail and blowfish - the forbidden fugu - plus spiny, slimy things like ebi, abalone and crawfish.
  • You have the fish - your piranha, your suckers, your blowfish, your sharks, your bottom feeders, your overpriced tuna.
  • ‘I really think that's a little presumptuous of you to characterize me as such so early in the game,’ I said, puffing up like a blowfish.
  • Only specified licensed chefs are qualified to prepare the blowfish for human consumption.
  • Blowfish poison, called tetrodotoxin, is nearly 100 times more poisonous than potassium cyanide, according to the Ishikawa Health Service Association. - Latest Popular Stories, Instablogs Community
  • A young man with close-cropped hair stuck his head out and said gruffly, ‘Mr. Blowfish will see you now.’
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