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goldeye

[ gohld-ahy ]
/ ˈgoʊldˌaɪ /
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noun, plural gold·eyes, (especially collectively) gold·eye.
a silvery, herringlike game fish, Hiodon alosoides, found in the fresh waters of central North America.
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Origin of goldeye

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How to use goldeye in a sentence

  • Nothing is so unreal as the bite of the goldeye—when it is not there.

    The Buffalo Runners|R.M. Ballantyne

British Dictionary definitions for goldeye

goldeye
/ (ˈɡəʊldˌaɪ) /

noun plural -eyes or -eye
a North American clupeoid fish, Hiodon alosoides, with yellowish eyes, silvery sides, and a dark blue back: family Hiodontidae (mooneyes)
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