Definition of Morwongs

1. Noun. (plural of morwong) ¹



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Definition of Morwongs

1. morwong [n] - See also: morwong

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Morwongs

mortuary
mortuary practice
morula
morulae
morular
morulas
morulation
morulations
moruloid
morus
morwe
morwening
morwenings
morwes
morwong
morwongs (current term)
mos'
mosaic
mosaic culture
mosaic egg
mosaic fundus
mosaic gold
mosaic inheritance
mosaic pattern
mosaic viruses
mosaical
mosaically
mosaicism
mosaicisms

Literary usage of Morwongs

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1. The Fisheries Exhibition Literature by London International Fisheries Exhibition (1884)
"... is not often found on the New South Wales coast, but L. forsteri occasionally finds its way into the market, and is considered a delicacy. The morwongs— ..."

2. Fishes of Australia: A Popular and Systematic Guide to the Study of the by David George Stead (1906)
"... I have found that the greater number of so-called morwongs brought in to market are really the species that we are now dealing with. ..."

3. Sea-fish: An Account of the Methods of Angling as Practised on the English by Frederick George Aflalo (1898)
"... morwongs of considerable size, " sergeant bakers," pig fishes, and groupers, as well as the afore-mentioned flatheads, as soon as the baits lie on the ..."

4. Notes on the Food Fishes and Edible Mollusca of New South Wales, Etc., Etc by E. P. Ramsay (1883)
"... is not often found on the New South Wales coast, but L. forsteri occasionally finds its way into the market, and is considered a delicacy. The morwongs— ..."

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