In recent years, the piscine darling has helped secure the Scandinavian country favorable trade and tourism agreements with China.
The tears of the young man in the piscine were the only tears of sorrow I saw at Lourdes.
Most of the species are entozoal; but many adhere to the surface of the body of piscine hosts.
He leaned forward and fixed the tabletop with a piscine stare.
There seems no reason to doubt that modern fish, as a whole, quite equal in size the piscine fauna of any previous geological age.
Possibly there was a certain suggestion of the piscine, sir.
Today, with a multitude of the afflicted, I bathed in the piscine, a long trough filled with holy water from the grotto.
I learned that she had been suffering from a severe internal malady, and that she had been cured instantaneously in the piscine.
Now, it is among these piscine characteristics that we find the clue to where Man got his ears.
That morning in the piscine she had found herself able to walk properly though her heels were tender from disuse.
c.1300, "reservoir, bathing pool," from Old French piscine "fishpond," from Latin piscina, from piscis "a fish" (see fish (n.)). Ecclesiastical sense is from late 15c., from Medieval Latin piscina. As an adjective from 1799.