a North American freshwater game fish, Micropterus salmoides, having an upper jaw extending behind the eye and a broad, dark, irregular stripe along each side of the body.: Compare smallmouth bass.
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How to use largemouth bass in a sentence
Back in 2019, Giovanni Polverino—currently a post-doc at the University of Western Australia—and his colleagues developed a mechanical largemouth bass that proved to be effective in scaring mosquitofish.Putting the fear of bass into mosquitofish—with a robot | Doug Johnson | December 17, 2021 | Ars Technica
To test if this would work, they made a robotic predator that looks and moves like a largemouth bass, which is the mosquitofish’s main natural predator.Need to fight invasive fish? Just introduce a scary robot | Charlotte Hu | December 17, 2021 | Popular-Science
I remember I was trying to catch a largemouth bass over five pounds, and I’d never done that before.The Outdoor Inspirations of Thomas Rhett’s New Album | smurguia | July 12, 2021 | Outside Online
Many ponds in the Flint Hills have been stocked with largemouth bass.Fishes of Chautauqua, Cowley and Elk Counties, Kansas | Artie L. Metcalf
The return of displaced largemouth bass and green sunfish to a "home" area.Fish Populations, Following a Drought, in the Neosho and Marais des Cygnes Rivers of Kansas | James Everett Deacon
British Dictionary definitions for largemouth bass
a common North American freshwater black bass, Micropterus salmoides: a popular game fish
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