Words nearby Fishes
How to use Fishes in a sentence
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
At 20 he switched to a more glitzy approach after wowing an audience with a playful rendition of “Three Little Fishes.”
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.
He swims every day in the river; he fishes from his bamboo raft; he hunts in the forest with his father.Alila, Our Little Philippine Cousin|Mary Hazelton Wade
I've seen just enough of flying fishes to hanker after Mandalay, just enough of Spaniards to long for a sight of Spain.The Soldier of the Valley|Nelson Lloyd
And its watery places shall be dry, all they shall mourn that made pools to take fishes.
And He had just filled four thousand hungry people with seven loaves and a few small fishes!Tessa Wadsworth's Discipline|Jennie M. Drinkwater
And thou wilt make men as the fishes of the sea, and as the creeping things that have no ruler.
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.