(n) Any of numerous slow-moving, scaleless, sharp-toothed fishes of this household Batrachoididae, having a broad, flattened head and a wide lips, present in tropical and temperate seas.
(n) Any of the ray-finned fishes of household Batrachoididae, benthic ambush predators.
(n) Any marine seafood of this genus Batrachus, having a big, thick head and an extensive lips, and bearing some similarity to a toad. The US species (Batrachus tau) is very typical in shallow-water. Known as also oyster seafood, and sapo.
toadfish in Community Dictionary
Toadfish: An aquatic animal native to Marcland, which can be quickly distinguishable by it's brightly colored eyes, toad-like face and it is lengthy, finned end. The toadfish, despite it really is title, is neither a toad nor a fish, but is infact the actual only real understood aquatic primate. The toadfish will not consume, and appears to endure strictly from sunlight in addition to joy of those around it. The toadfish is recognised by the locals of Marcland as a sigma of great fortune, and is often discovered as a family group dog. by Tess FrithReport definition