- From all the parts of a fishing tackle that may be lost to a fish. Appeared in 1838 as a metaphor for angling. (Wiktionary)
“Ever the stubborn warrior, Jordan, still determined to show that he was individually dominant, became easy prey as he fell hook, line and sinker into the Piston trap once more.”
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A broad list of words and phrases describing schemes and devices, from ancient to modern, that humans have devised to catch or harvest our underwater friends.
Groups of three words or phrases, including triplets, triads, tripartite mottoes, threepeats, trinomials, trichotomies and hendiatris. I've tagged 3peats and trios, transferred sound effects to Tri...
animal, vegetable..., hook, line and si..., lock, stock and b..., me, myself and i, first, last and a..., lions and tigers ..., cool, calm and co..., love, honor and c..., friends, romans, ..., bell, book and ca..., snips and snails ..., hop, skip and a jump and 225 more...
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