noun, plural (especially collectively) hal·i·but, (especially referring to two or more kinds or species) hal·i·buts.
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Norway served a delectable North Atlantic halibut confit with smoked purée celeriac, sunchoke, and cured game meat.
In her TLC series on Alaska, we see Sarah the frontierswoman hunting, skeet-shooting, and beating a captured halibut to death.
She says that the president had steak, the first lady had halibut.
Recipe Jean-Georges is a legend for many reasons: this halibut recipe is one of them.
Halibut, striped bass, and black bass are other good choices.
In the hills are coal and limestone, and along the shore is splendid cod, halibut, and salmon fishing.Historic Adventures|Rupert S. Holland
I get codfish steaks or sometimes a little halibut; neither of those has any waste at all.Living on a Little|Caroline French Benton
Cut large fish, such as salmon or halibut in thick pieces and tie in piece of cheesecloth.The New Dr. Price Cookbook|Anonymous
Halibut may be dressed in the same manner, putting salt in the water when you boil it, and also in the seasoning.Domestic French Cookery, 4th ed.|Sulpice Baru
Place fat in a frying pan, allow it to become hot, and sauté the halibut in this until well browned.Woman's Institute Library of Cookery, Vol. 3|Woman's Institute of Domestic Arts and Sciences