from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A transparent bowl in which live fish are kept.
- n. Informal A place that is lacking in privacy.
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- n. A small simple aquarium.
- n. A term describing a place or event of intense scrutiny. Enthusiastic sports cities are often said to place the players on their team in a "fishbowl" atmosphere.
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- n. a transparent bowl in which small fish are kept
- n. a state of affairs in which you have no privacy
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Living in a fishbowl is a weird thing, even when you’re too little to really know what’s going on.
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Neil Bloom An area known as the fishbowl is surrounded by windows overlooking the Rock River and has become a favorite hang-out for employees.
It's referred to as the "fishbowl" because of the concave translucent panels that form half of the wall space surrounding it.
He's going to be in a place called the fishbowl (ph), where he'll be designated.
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The series has often been compared to a sandbox but I think a fishbowl is a more apt analogy for IV.
"Growing up in Geelong and living in Geelong, it's been known as a fishbowl community," Graham said.
Mine was: "socmed doesn't have rules - it has religions - need 2 provide diff spaces 4 devotees of diff sects (inc agnostics)"This is nearly a direct quote (shortened for Twitter) of a statement made during the opening "fishbowl" session.