noun, plural (especially collectively) al·ba·core, (especially referring to two or more kinds or species) al·ba·cores.
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You probably don’t have a job that takes you out to sea, fishing for albacore and dealing with storms.Stay calm under pressure with lessons learned in the world’s most stressful careers|Rob Verger|January 8, 2021|Popular Science
We received almost every day presents of fish, chiefly dolphin and albacore, and a few small rock fish.A Voyage to the South Sea|William Bligh
One Jap, using a little net, dips up live bait and throws them overboard to the albacore.
Instantly they jerk hard, and two big white albacore, from fifteen to thirty pounds, come wiggling up on to the stern of the boat.
They roam the sea with sharp eyes ever alert for that thin white line on the horizon, the feeding albacore.
As far as swordfish are concerned, it is easy to see what will happen, now that the albacore have become scarce.