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  • noun a paste of fish or shellfish


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  • I think everyone should just go home and have a nice fishpaste sandwich and plan their next pedicure.

    Threats, we get threats

  • Terri was able to breath and beat her heart on her own, but could not communicate or feed herself since her cerebral cortex had basically turned to fishpaste.

    catpewk Diary Entry

  • Minced fish (surimi) is the starting material for a number of fishpaste products in Japan.

    Chapter 3

  • Kate eyed the resulting fishpaste sandwiches with disfavour.

    Dead Cert

  • 'My favourite thing at the moment is a Thai laksa with tofu and noodles, obviously made without fishpaste… I don't feel affected by that pressure to be thin.

    Evening Standard - Home

  • This seemed so loosely strung together that for a moment there was the terrible thought that Tyldesley might begin every sentence like this ( "The manager might not have signed his contract but I'll never get the fishpaste stains out of these chinos") due to some terrible verbal tic.

    Football news, match reports and fixtures |

  • It naughtily despotical canon printer copier somewhat clean fishpaste, and limicolae of maverick and secureness.

    Rational Review


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