noun, plural (especially collectively) black·fish, (especially referring to two or more kinds or species) black·fish·es.
Origin of blackfish
Examples from the Web for blackfish
Contemporary Examples of blackfish
To this day, multiple SeaWorld employees who have seen the film suggest to me that Blackfish barely scratches the surface.‘Blackfish’ Director: Killer Whales Don’t Belong in Captivity
October 24, 2013
Mike Barnett of Freeport, Long Island is busy catching striped bass and blackfish.Long Island Fisherman in Dire Straits
November 5, 2012
Historical Examples of blackfish
Great numbers of blackfish and porpoises abound in this vicinity.The Land of Thor
J. Ross Browne
"We thought we might get some blackfish at the end of the reef," Scotty replied.
Hauling in blackfish isn't going to find out why the Sea Belle was wrecked.
But it was neither a whale nor a blackfish—not even a small one—nor was it a shark.Creatures of the Abyss
Here he made two sticklebacks, two graylings, and two blackfish.Myths and Legends of Alaska