1. large slender food and game fish widely distributed in warm seas (especially around Hawaii)
  2. the lean flesh of a saltwater fish found in warm waters (especially in Hawaii)
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How To Use mahimahi In A Sentence

  • This is Tobago's main fishing town and a great place to charter a pirogue to fish for mahimahi and marlin or to scuba dive at those boulders, known as The Sisters, you spied way out to sea on the trip into town.
  • Kate chose the mahimahi with green chile sauce; Fiona decided on the coconut shrimp. Substitute Me
  • Protein: two or three servings a day of organically fed poultry (skinless), seafood (non-bottom-feeders and small fish; think wild—including canned—salmon, trout, mahimahi, sea bass, flounder), eggs, low-fat dairy, and soy. You Raising Your Child
  • For lunch, you have to go with the mahimahi sandwich but ask for the whole wheat bun instead of the kaiser roll. Under a Maui Moon
  • We've seen a few dorado (aka mahimahi) skipping over the waves.
  • The ‘Nuevo Latino ‘menu includes Caribbean chicken empanadas, grilled mahimahi and coconut rice and beans.’
  • Swordfish, snapper, or albacore tuna can be substituted for the mahimahi. More of America’s Most Wanted Recipes
  • From the boat we've already seen amazing sealife: red-footed boobies, frigate birds, iguanas, crocodiles, mahimahi, flying fish.
  • Over mahimahi, taro, and pineapple salsa, Claire, Eric, and Bonnie went over the budget line by line. The Aloha Quilt
  • The hum of satisfied diners is always heard at Kamuela's Cookhouse, formerly a farmhouse, and now an eatery that serves up everything from pancakes and sandwiches to grilled mahimahi and lemon chicken.
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