fish slice

  1. a broad-bladed kitchen implement with a long handle, for turning fish in frying.

  2. Chiefly British. a broad-bladed implement for serving fish at table.

Origin of fish slice

First recorded in 1885–90

Words Nearby fish slice Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2023

How to use fish slice in a sentence

  • Fish should always be helped with a silver fish-slice, and your own portion of it divided by the fork aided by a piece of bread.

  • With the aid of a tablespoon and a fish-slice, he managed to get the pancake reversed.

    Mrs. Bindle | Hebert Jenkins
  • As soon as they rise to the surface, remove them with a fish-slice, and drain them on kitchen paper.

    The Skilful Cook | Mary Harrison
  • In such dishes, a large fish-slice is of great assistance in putting in and taking out of the bags the cooked food.

    Paper-bag Cookery | Vera Serkoff
  • Change the cloths daily until the cheese looks mellow, then put into the rush shape with the fish slice.

    The Complete Book of Cheese | Robert Carlton Brown