noun, plural (especially collectively) jew·fish, (especially referring to two or more kinds or species) jew·fish·es.
- jewett, sarah orne,
- jewish american princess,
- jewish autonomous region,
- jewish calendar
Origin of jewfish
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The jewfish is common in more southern waters but there may well have been some strays in the Chesapeake.The Bounty of the Chesapeake|James Wharton
Huge fishes like the tarpon, jewfish or tuna are sooner brought to gaff by "pumping," as it is called.
The Philippine giant sea-bass, or jewfish, belongs to the same family as does the California species.The Philippines Past and Present (Volume 2 of 2)|Dean Conant Worcester
The jewfish he remembered had been calculated to tip the scales at two hundred and thirty pounds.Motor Boat Boys Among the Florida Keys|Louis Arundel
With his stout tools and tackle he enjoys the phenomenal leaps of the tarpon, or the leviathan struggles of the jewfish.