[ UK /fˈɪʃɐ/ ]
[ US /ˈfɪʃɝ/ ]
  1. someone whose occupation is catching fish
  2. large dark brown North American arboreal carnivorous mammal
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How To Use fisher In A Sentence

  • Because the joint ventures pay very low wages, and do not have to pay GST and local taxes, they are able to pay for quota at a level that is unsustainable or uneconomic for our local fishermen.
  • The Danish Dairy Board and the Danish Ministry of Food, Agriculture, and Fisheries supported this study.
  • Fly fishers in the salt water environment need something entirely different to their freshwater counterpart on the chalk stream, as does the angler who fishes big reservoirs.
  • A fisherman's son opened this beachside restaurant, which stretches down into the sand. Times, Sunday Times
  • A good few fish remained in the fishery, and the total catch for the week was 14.
  • He chased the unmigratory tropi-ducks from their shrewd-hidden nests, walked circumspectly among the crocodiles hauled out of water for slumber, and crept under the jungle-roof and spied upon the snow-white saucy cockatoos, the fierce ospreys, the heavy-flighted buzzards, the lories and kingfishers, and the absurdly garrulous little pygmy parrots. CHAPTER XV
  • The Japanese fisheries agency said activists on Thursday obstructed Japanese whaling in the Antarctic by throwing bottles of what it described as butyric acid onto whaling ships, as well as flashing laser lights and using water cannon. EcoEarth.Info Environment RSS Newsfeed
  • The perception of the fishermen was that the fish were still there to be caught.
  • Talking to locals on the fishery there is no shortage of coarse fishing in the area.
  • Another dream tells of an encounter with a being who held four keys, and bore the wings of a kingfisher.
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