from The Century Dictionary.
- noun Same as
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun A cuttlefish. See
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- noun colloquial
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This helps explain the disconnect between Chinese vehicle and oil markets, especially as new cars are more fuel-efficient than inkfish.
So while 13.6 million cars, trucks and buses were sold in China last year, another 36 million or so other, low-technology vehicles were sold, including those inkfish.
Not exactly this have they got at nor the meaning of flowersO flowers, flowers slung by a dancing girlin the saddest play the inkfish, Shakespeare, ever wrote;
Most of David's recipes were feasible, if daunting quail risotto, stewed inkfish with the eyes carefully removed.