Definitions

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  • n. Plural form of fishtank.

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Examples

  • At the show, hair stylists compete -- in fishtanks, with near-naked models and while hanging upside down -- to win first prize.

    Relax and Get Good Hair

  • The wonderful places where fishtanks, fake tans, fake titties, and men with gold chains all blend together with Motley Crüe.

    Now I Will Never Visit Iceland | Manolith

  • The walls are inlaid with fishtanks stocked with exotic, brightly colored species from around the world.

    Bloomberg Without Bloomberg

  • He reminds me, for example, of the person I remember running into in the early history of SWG who had done this amazing interior design work on his house using fishtanks.

    The Hidden Bartle Type

  • With table football downstairs, fishtanks in the loos and board games to play at the bar, there's always a good buzz in here.

    Evening Standard - Home

  • Okay, yesterday I got in trouble for removing a dead bug from one of my fishtanks.

    Wrong Planet Asperger / Autism Forums

  • He fixed TVs to the undersides of chairs so you could almost sit on the screen, letting the image warm your bum and lined them up behind a row of fishtanks.

    The Guardian World News

  • I have been making threats out loud to live poultry and fish in fishtanks, such as 'you'd be a tasty hamburger' and 'mmm tuna sandwich' and it is becoming quite the social hazard.

    Kottu

  • It is, alas, horribly common, almost ubiquitous in China for restaurants (and supermarkets) to have 'live fish' displays in large fishtanks (often in the entrance lobby, or even outside on the street) ..... in which most of the fish are dead.

    Chinalyst - China blogs in English

  • More information on smaller fishtanks is contained in my other articles.

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