Small and with a fishtail and fins, he is a goalkeeping genius defying physical laws.
At times, too, he was active with his Grenatenwerfer, known to the troops as the Pineapples or fishtail.
It is necessary in this case to split it and join the two pieces with a fishtail splice in the handle.
The mast, of a chosen trunk of fir, was set upright in a log with ends shaped like a fishtail.
Hooyah followed within hailing distance, and they kept the same relative positions until they reached fishtail Gulch.
The 'fishtail' was a small trench-mortar bomb, which the Germans substituted for the rifle-grenade and used with great effect.
Uncle John appeared unwilling to abandon the fishtail wenches, and countered with classical texts.
Cannon-mouth barrel, brass mountings and lockplate, fishtail butt.
Yet either the batwing or the fishtail tip can be used in any common burner except the argand.
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+)