noun, plural (especially collectively) mack·er·el, (especially referring to two or more kinds or species) mack·er·els.
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He was wearing a dress to get back in the rumbles with the rich mackerel-snappers who went to all-boys St. Francis Assisi.
Kelvin remembered wrapping mackerel in them and eating them wild with seasoning.
The "Kingfish" popularized the catch phrase "Holy Mackerel!"Herman Cain’s Failure to Be a ‘MackDaddy’ Killed His Campaign|Mansfield Frazier|December 4, 2011|DAILY BEAST
Mayo does advise that pregnant women avoid swordfish, king mackerel, shark, and tile fish.
Not far away from the sloop could be seen plainly that tiny chop-sea which is caused by the breaking of a school of mackerel.
The mackerel bit fiercely, sometimes at the bare hook even, like fish gone crazy.
There are an extensive mackerel and herring fishery, and motor engineering works.
Legislators will be bought like mackerel in the market, as Mr. Lawson so bluntly expresses it.The Common Sense of Socialism|John Spargo
Or you may broil the mackerel whole, having first seasoned it as above, and wrapped it in oiled paper.Domestic French Cookery, 4th ed.|Sulpice Baru