Definition of Pelagics
1. pelagic [n] - See also: pelagic
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Pelagics
Literary usage of Pelagics
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Best Dives of the Caribbean by Joyce Huber (2006)
"Fish life is superb with 30-lb parrotfish, huge green morays, lobster, schools of tarpon and pelagics between the walls and boulders. ..."
2. Best Dives of the Western Hemisphere by Joyce Huber (1999)
"Encounters with gigantic pelagics, turtles and rays are frequent, with dependable sightings of parrot fish, snapper, grouper, porgy, grunts, and glass-eye ..."
3. Notes and Queries by Martim de Albuquerque (1862)
"I believe it to be genuine : — "Nebuchadnezzar ate unwonted grass, With, horned cattle, and the long-eared ass." pelagics. ..."
4. The Bahamas: A Taste of the Islands by Paris Permenter, John Bigley (2000)
"It's filled with pelagics, including sharks, rays and groupers. From December through April, ecotourists journey to Salt Cay for a chance to spot humpback ..."
5. General History of the Christian Religion and Church by August Neander, Joseph Torrey (1849)
"... AND pelagics. i From this flowed another difference between the two ways of thinking. As Pelagius generally sided, for the most part, with the system of ..."