from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An American carangoid fish, Blepharis crinitus, with compressed body, rudimentary dorsal spines, and the first five or six rays of the dorsal and anal fins elongated and filiform: named from the long rays, which resemble a cobbler's strings. It is a warm-water species, but wanders in summer as far north as Cape Cod.
- n. See Alectis.
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