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  • n. Any fish used as human food.


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  • Later in the summer we would, in fact, have a chance to make a fair sampling of English pub foodfish and chips, cheeseburger, bangers and mashed, a salad, a couple of pints of aleand while the pub atmosphere was most congenial, and the room-temperature ale absolutely superb, I would not be eager to invest in a company that had plans to open a chain of English pubs in Italy.

    The Italian Summer

  • The mainly freshwater family of true perches are fairly minor foodfish in both Europe and North America.

    On Food and Cooking, The Science and Lore of the Kitchen

  • After a rest, the party went out in the motorboat again, this time to catch foodfish.

    Around the World in Ten Days

  • The creature proved to be a full-grown herring-hog, weighing around four hundred pounds, and as this species destroys great numbers of foodfish, Mr. Choate made preparations to attack it.

    Around the World in Ten Days


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