noun, plural (especially collectively) bar·ra·cu·da, (especially referring to two or more kinds or species) bar·ra·cu·das for 1; bar·ra·cu·das for 2.
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A barracuda was caught by research scientists near Santa Cruz.Fishy Mystery: Are Beached Oarfish Trying to Tell Us Something?|Kevin Bailey|October 23, 2013|DAILY BEAST
So why are some disability-rights leaders telling Dana Goldstein they're skeptical of Sarah Barracuda?
GOP leaders may turn up their noses at Sarah Barracuda, but Palin could easily be the Republican nominee in 2012.
On her book tour, Sarah Barracuda pretends to be one of the people.
Come to think of it, it was more Great White than Barracuda.
The big barracuda with incredible speed and unbelievable ferocity rushed right to the side of the boat at the bonita.
The barracuda looked to me to be fully seven feet long and half as big around as a telegraph pole.
We circled him three times with flying-fish bait and once with barracuda, and as he paid no attention to them we left him.
One night he brought in an eighty-pound barracuda but usually the larger fish cost him line, leader or spoon.Terry|Charles Goff Thomson
Barracuda come right up to the shore, and likewise the big sharks.