Definition of Redfishes

1. Noun. (plural of redfish) ¹



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Definition of Redfishes

1. redfish [n] - See also: redfish

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Redfishes

redevelopment
redevelopment authority
redevelopments
redevelops
redex
redexes
redeye
redeye flight
redeyes
redfin
redfin pickerel
redfinch
redfinches
redfins
redfish
redfishes (current term)
redgillite
redgum
redgums
redhaired
redhanded
redhead
redheaded
redheaded Eskimo
redheaded woodpecker
redheadedness
redheader
redheads
redhibition
redhibitory

Literary usage of Redfishes

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1. The Pre-Adamite Earth: Contributions to Theological Science by John Harris (1850)
"In Mr. Miller's charming little work will be found a very graphic description of the Old redfishes. I know not of a more fascinating volume on any branch of ..."

2. The Wilder Quarter-century Book: A Collection of Original Papers Dedicated (1893)
"... redfishes, senoritas, etc. t Notably by the formation of a bony "stay" to the preopercle by the backward extension of one of the suborbital bones. ..."

3. The Elements of Geology: Adapted to the Use of Schools and Collegesby Justin Rudolph Loomis by Justin Rudolph Loomis (1852)
"Ir Mr. Miller's charming little work will be found a very graphic description of the Old redfishes. I know not of a more fascinating volume on any branch of ..."

4. Religious Progress: Discourses on the Development of the Christian Characterby William R. Williams by William R. Williams (1850)
"... of the Old redfishes. I know not of a more fascinating volume on any branch of Brit* ish geology. ..."

5. The Elements of Political Economyby Francis Wayland by Francis Wayland (1850)
"... of the -Old redfishes. I know not of a more fascinating volume on any branch of British geology. ..."

6. The Poetry of Scienceby Robert Hunt by Robert Hunt (1850)
""In Mr. Miller's charming little work will be found a very graphic description of the Old redfishes. I know not of a more fascinating volume on any branch ..."

7. The Old Red Sandstone: Or, New Walks in an Old Fieldby Hugh Miller by Hugh Miller (1851)
"In Mr. Miller's charming little work will be found a very graphic description of the Old redfishes. I know not of a more fascinating volume oa any branch ..."

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