noun, plural (especially collectively) blue·fish, (especially referring to two or more kinds or species) blue·fish·es.
- bluefin tuna,
- bluegrass region,
- bluegrass state,
Origin of bluefish
Examples from the Web for bluefish
We fished together—for bluefish in the Long Island sound and for tarpon at Islamorada.Remembering Critic Robert Hughes: A Torrent of Brilliant Words|James Fox|August 7, 2012|DAILY BEAST
It tells the story of the Striped Bass and Bluefish Derby, a five-week fishing tournament with a $30,000 prize.
There "greenfish" is applied to the bluefish, of which there were and are at times plenty in the Rappahannock river.The Bounty of the Chesapeake|James Wharton
In the Gulf of Mexico it often feeds in company with the salt-water trout, and in northern waters with the bluefish and weakfish.Bass, Pike, Perch, and Others|James Alexander Henshall
Its flavor is by many considered fine, and is not unlike that of the bluefish.Tales of Fishes|Zane Grey
At this momentous juncture, old Bluefish, to our unmitigated astonishment, started up with a wild whoop.
After the horse-racing came the bull and bear fight, in which old Bluefish and myself evinced an especial interest.