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scabbardfish

or scab·bard fish

[ skab-erd-fish ]
/ ˈskæb ərdˌfɪʃ /
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noun, plural (especially collectively) scab·bard·fish, (especially referring to two or more kinds or species) scab·bard·fish·es.

any of several marine fishes having a long, compressed, silvery body, especially a cutlassfish, Trichiurus lepturus, of the western Atlantic.

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British Dictionary definitions for scabbardfish

scabbard fish

noun

any of various marine spiny-finned fishes of the family Trichiuridae, esp of the genus Lepidopus, having a long whiplike scaleless body and long sharp teeth: most common in warm waters
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