noun, plural (especially collectively) had·dock, (especially referring to two or more kinds or species) had·docks.
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The next in order are haddock, cod and plaice, and the east coast fisheries return the greatest bulk of these also.
Polly asked resentfully, and seized the bread under one arm and the remains of the haddock under the other.A Sheaf of Corn|Mary E. Mann
When the eight dories delivered their catch, there were five thousand pounds of cod, pollock and large haddock in the pens.The Viking Blood|Frederick William Wallace
Cod, haddock, or fresh-water fish may be used in the accompanying recipe.Woman's Institute Library of Cookery, Vol. 3|Woman's Institute of Domestic Arts and Sciences
To a quart of the liquor in which a fresh haddock has been boiled, add half-a-pint of water in which onions have been boiled.Nelson's Home Comforts|Mary Hooper