noun, plural (especially collectively) had·dock, (especially referring to two or more kinds or species) had·docks.
Origin of haddock
Examples from the Web for haddock
I went off about two miles from the ledges after cod and haddock, and picked them up there.The Coming Wave|Oliver Optic
During the summer of 1888, 5 marks were paid for 5 hundred-weights of haddock by the wholesaler.Woman and Socialism|August Bebel
Oilivitch first came under suspicion when it was discovered that Litvinoff had been seen to purchase a haddock at his shop.
It is said that the haddock has more than a dozen which infest its external and internal membranes.The Sea-beach at Ebb-tide|Augusta Foote Arnold
Put the stuffing in the haddock, and fasten it with a small skewer.The Skilful Cook|Mary Harrison