sailfish

[ US /ˈseɪɫˌfɪʃ/ ]
[ UK /sˈe‍ɪlfɪʃ/ ]
NOUN
  1. large pelagic game fish having an elongated upper jaw and long dorsal fin that resembles a sail
  2. a saltwater fish with lean flesh
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How To Use sailfish In A Sentence

  • Marlin, sailfish, beaked whales and large artiodactyls and the recently discovered bipedal predatory dinosaur Suchomimus tenenerensis have neural spines that have broad anterior-to-posterior surfaces.
  • Billfish fall into four groups, treated under marlin, sailfish, spearfish, and swordfish.
  • They took a sailfish on live fish bait suspended approximately 20 feet below the surface at 11: 10 in the morning.
  • Take Marlin Off the Menu," is a campaign urging consumers to stop eating marlin, and restaurants to take marlin and other billfish such as sailfish and spearfish off their menus. News from www.dailygate.com
  • Marlin and sailfish tended to prowl the edges of those streams, Juanita explained, pouncing on the smaller fish which fed there. BLACK EAGLES
  • I saw the fish clearly then, bill out of the water, the fish acting like a sailfish at a teaser.
  • Some of the fish you can expect to catch are, Kingfish, barracuda, tuna, queen fish, jack crevale dorado, cobia, bonito, wahoo, sailfish and sharks.
  • Marlin and sailfish tended to prowl the edges of those streams, Juanita explained, pouncing on the smaller fish which fed there. BLACK EAGLES
  • The sailfish uses it for defense, raising it to scare off possible predators.
  • That's the message of a new, nationwide campaign called "Take Marlin Off the Menu," which is urging consumers to stop eating marlin, and restaurants to take marlin and other billfish such as sailfish and spearfish off their menus. News from www.nptelegraph.com
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