[ US /ˈmɑɹɫən, ˈmɑɹɫɪn/ ]
[ UK /mˈɑːlɪn/ ]
  1. large long-jawed oceanic sport fishes; related to sailfishes and spearfishes; not completely cold-blooded i.e. able to warm their brains and eyes
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How To Use marlin In A Sentence

  • Everything from tobacco sacks and cigarette papers to a spare cinch and a rope, from a change of clothes to a picture of his family or his girl, from old letters and reading material to a marlinespike, was kept in it. This Calder Range
  • I apprehend the reader will not imagine I have over-rated the prcdudl of this farm, becaufe the rent is fmall: The great ex - pence of the marling fhould be confidercd; and as that manure agrees prodigioufly with light hazelly loams, I am confident fuch crops as I have fiated are not above the truth. truth. The farmer's guide in hiring and stocking farms. Containing an examination of many subjects of great importance both to the common husbandman, in hiring a farm; and to a gentleman on taking the whole or part of his estate into his own hands. Also, pla
  • Louise , Bethan and Sara have supported Laura Marling and have appeared at the excellent Communion label nights at the Notting Hill Arts Club. The F&M playlist
  • Haddock, the explosive, semi-sozzled scion of Marlinspike Hall; Cuthbert Calculus, the nearly deaf genius inventor; Thompson and Thomson, the bumbling identical-twin detectives; and opera diva Bianca Castafiore, aka the Milanese Nightingale, who is the sole female character to recur in Hergé's Tintin stories. Tintin & Co.
  • The Marlins claim they won't deal the N.L.'s home run leader, Mike Lowell, but we'll believe it only if he's still wearing teal on August 1.
  • Then the You-Know-What Hits the Fan: The marlin leaps out of the water — almost as if to see where the angler is — then it suddenly tail-walks straight to the cockpit and knocks Schultz out of the fighting chair with 500 pounds of fury. Video Gallery: When Animals Attack
  • Transverse notches are cut in the circumference of the disks to the bottom of the score, for the convenience of marling the wad before taking it off the mould. Ordnance Instructions for the United States Navy. 1866. Fourth edition.
  • Tarred marline is jute twine treated with a tarred solution for water resistance.
  • “Okay, girls, but put on sunhats,” said Samantha Pattison, who was wearing a pink Florida Marlins cap and these huge actressy sunglasses. THIS IS ME FROM NOW ON
  • But, a blue marlin is also just as happy rounding up a big ball of ‘trumpetero’ or boarfish, just like a tuna or sail, and guzzles on them too.
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