from The Century Dictionary.
- noun Same as
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun The muskellunge.
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- noun The
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Mr. Smith got the editor of the Times-Herald to write up a circular all about ozone and the Mariposa pine woods, with illustrations of the maskinonge (piscis mariposis) of Lake Wissanotti.
The saber-like teeth of the maskinonge had cut it off like a knife.
Gradually they forced the maskinonge toward the sandy beach.
Hope more lively than any they had felt before filled the hearts of the young fishermen, as the monster maskinonge rushed across the cove.
Lee Henly and Carl Mills knew this, and they had been learning more and more of the habits of this particular maskinonge.
A big maskinonge lives a life much like that of a rogue elephant in its isolation.
At the close of the previous season, Mr. Cameron had given him his longest and strongest maskinonge casting-rod; it was too heavy now for Mr. Cameron, who found his casting arm seriously crippled by rheumatism.
Mr. Gardner was speaking of it in glowing terms, and was especially praising a maskinonge in the collection.
Slowly the rushes of the maskinonge were becoming less fierce.
It was the time when the fruits were coming in, when vegetables were in full yield, when fish from the Beau Cheval were to be had in plenty -- from mud-cats and suckers, pike and perch, to rock-bass, sturgeon and even maskinonge.