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Example sentences from the Web for Fishes
His most famous miracle was making a few loaves and fishes feed a multitude.
Fortunately for libertarian-minded voters, Palin and Cruz are hardly the only fishes in the sea.Nostalgia Act: The Great Sarah Palin Revival Tour of 2013|Nick Gillespie|June 18, 2013|DAILY BEAST
But fans say they miss them already—even if some are sleeping with the fishes.RIP, Lever Voting Machines: Where Did Old Booths Go?|Eliza Shapiro|November 10, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Here we have the collision of The Godfather “sleep with the fishes” line with the world of underwater creatures.
I kept thinking of that line in The Godfather, “Luca Brasi sleeps with the fishes.”
The fishes and insects were not included in this primitive nomenclature, so the loss of the Dictionary does not concern them.Bible Romances|George W. Foote
I believe you could sell chloride of sodium to some of the fishes in the Great Salt Lake—that is if it has fishes.Tom Swift and his Air Scout|Victor Appleton
To the optimistic Virginia the division of the loaves and fishes of his personal gratitude was scarcely heeded.Hepsey Burke|Frank Noyes Westcott
Some of the most common of these parasites attach themselves to the gills of fishes.Elementary Zoology, Second Edition|Vernon L. Kellogg
Shortly after this Hiawatha set out in his canoe to catch the sturgeon Nahma, king of fishes.The Children's Longfellow|Doris Hayman
Cultural definitions for Fishes
Traditionally, a class of vertebrates that breathe with gills rather than lungs, live in water, and generally lay eggs, although some bear their young alive. Some biologists consider the fishes a “superclass,” and divide them into three classes: bony fishes, such as sunfish and cod; fishes with a skeleton formed of cartilage rather than bone, such as sharks; and fishes that lack jaws, such as lampreys.