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  • n. Plural form of goldfish.

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Examples

  •       Angela saw the goldfishes swimming in the pool.

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  • I once was cleaning out my fish tank with one of those suction hose devices and I accidentally sucked out the eyeball of one my goldfishes.

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  • So, okay, I murder you and your kids and your grandmother what's in a wheelchair and your cat and your dog and your three goldfishes.

    Skinny Legs and All

  • But, more than this, there were a score of large goldfishes swimming about in the tank, their brilliant scales reflecting back the light that came in from top and sides.

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  • There were also a great many goldfishes in a little pond; and Birdie watched them darting through the water, and thought how nice it would be to have some of them at home.

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  • In the pool at my feet the goldfishes drag their trains of brown

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  • He even stopped for tea at the Japanese garden, throwing bits of sweetened rice-flour cakes to the goldfishes in their chocolate-colored pond near the tea pavilion.

    Broken to the Plow

  • "And what," he asked, having spent a whole afternoon changing the goldfishes 'water, "shall I do now, sir?"

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  • I've never herded humming birds or drilled goldfishes in close formation, but I'd take the job cheerfully.

    At Good Old Siwash

  • In the exuberance of her fancy she portrayed winding gravel walks among rose bushes and beds of gay flowers; rustic bowers over which honeysuckle and ivy clambered; picturesque miniature Swiss cottages in the trees for birds to nest in; an artificial lake well stocked with goldfishes, and upon whose tranquil bosom a swan or two would glide majestically through the mist of the fountain that perennially would shower down its tinkling grace.

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