There was a train of a fish-tail sort, a little twitching afterthought.
The other, shaped like a fish-tail, sent it to right or left.
No accumulation of filth in every hue—of shell, and gill, and fish-tail—can disgust me.
A blast-lamp is likely to be more useful here than the fish-tail burner.
Only on this side the fish-tail (so to speak) had a nick in it; and through that nick ran the path to the old quarry.
But Bob was made of different stuff, and he began now to work the boat along by paddling softly, fish-tail fashion.
But he shifted the fish-tail rudder, and the Comet obediently swerved over closer to the big, humming June bug.
What, that big beast that looks as if it was made of india-rubber, with long whiskers and a sort of fish-tail?
The gas-jet is on at the full—or rather the tap is, for the fish-tail burner doesn't realise its ideal.
This is the head, antlers, fore-legs, and the upper part of the body of a stag conjoined to the fish-tail end of a mermaid.
To swing a car, motorcycle, etc, from side to side at the rear: causing his rear wheels to spin or the rear end to fishtail, that is swing back and forth (1927+)