foolfish definition

  • noun:
    • filefish
    • winter months flounder
    • The orange filefish. See filefish.
    • the wintertime flounder. See flounder.
    • some sort of plaice, Pleuronectes glaber: so called from the readiness with which it takes any bait.
    • A balistoid fish, Monacanthus hispidus; the long-finned file-fish: so called from its way of swimming with a wriggling movement having its mouth upward, by way of undulations of their dorsal fin.
    • filefish
    • winter season flounder
    • The orange filefish. See filefish.
    • winter months flounder. See flounder.
    • some sort of plaice, Pleuronectes glaber: so-called from the preparedness with which it takes any bait.
    • A balistoid seafood, Monacanthus hispidus; the long-finned file-fish: so called from its method of swimming with a wriggling motion with its lips upward, by way of undulations of their dorsal fin.
    • filefish
    • winter flounder
    • The lime filefish. See filefish.
    • the wintertime flounder. See flounder.
    • A kind of plaice, Pleuronectes glaber: so called from ability with which it can take any bait.
    • A balistoid fish, Monacanthus hispidus; the long-finned file-fish: so called from its approach to cycling with a wriggling motion having its lips up, through undulations of its dorsal fin.
    • filefish
    • winter season flounder
    • The orange filefish. See filefish.
    • the wintertime flounder. See flounder.
    • some sort of plaice, Pleuronectes glaber: so-called from the preparedness with which it takes any bait.
    • A balistoid fish, Monacanthus hispidus; the long-finned file-fish: so named from the approach to cycling with a wriggling movement featuring its lips up, in the form of undulations of the dorsal fin.
    • filefish
    • filefish
    • cold temperatures flounder
    • filefish
    • cold temperatures flounder
    • filefish
    • The orange filefish. See filefish.
    • winter flounder
    • The lime filefish. See filefish.
    • winter months flounder
    • filefish
    • the wintertime flounder. See flounder.
    • The winter flounder. See flounder.
    • The orange filefish. See filefish.
    • winter season flounder
    • The lime filefish. See filefish.
    • A kind of plaice, Pleuronectes glaber: so named from the readiness with which it takes any bait.
    • winter months flounder. See flounder.
    • A kind of plaice, Pleuronectes glaber: so called through the preparedness with which it can take any bait.
    • the wintertime flounder. See flounder.
    • The tangerine filefish. See filefish.
    • A balistoid fish, Monacanthus hispidus; the long-finned file-fish: so named from the approach to swimming with a wriggling motion with its lips upward, by means of undulations of the dorsal fin.
    • some sort of plaice, Pleuronectes glaber: so-called through the ability with which it requires any bait.
    • A balistoid fish, Monacanthus hispidus; the long-finned file-fish: so named from the approach to cycling with a wriggling motion using its lips upward, in the form of undulations of their dorsal fin.
    • A kind of plaice, Pleuronectes glaber: so named from the ability with which it takes any bait.
    • winter months flounder. See flounder.
    • A balistoid fish, Monacanthus hispidus; the long-finned file-fish: so called from the way of cycling with a wriggling movement featuring its lips upward, in the form of undulations of their dorsal fin.
    • A balistoid fish, Monacanthus hispidus; the long-finned file-fish: so called from its method of swimming with a wriggling movement having its mouth up, in the shape of undulations of their dorsal fin.
    • a type of plaice, Pleuronectes glaber: so called from the ability with which it will require any bait.
    • A balistoid seafood, Monacanthus hispidus; the long-finned file-fish: so named from the method of swimming with a wriggling motion using its lips up, through undulations of the dorsal fin.
    • filefish
    • cold temperatures flounder
    • The tangerine filefish. See filefish.
    • the wintertime flounder. See flounder.
    • some sort of plaice, Pleuronectes glaber: so called through the ability with which it takes any bait.
    • A balistoid fish, Monacanthus hispidus; the long-finned file-fish: so-called from its method of swimming with a wriggling motion with its mouth upward, in the form of undulations of its dorsal fin.

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