noun, plural (especially collectively) sil·ver·fish, (especially referring to two or more kinds or species) sil·ver·fish·es.
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A silverfish then raised its head beside that of the goldfish, and a moment later a bronzefish lifted its head beside the others.
The one who had been a silverfish had snow-white hair of the finest texture and deep brown eyes.
"All we ask is that you obey our instructions," returned the silverfish.
Rapid fire legs sidestep the etchings of industrious ants while silverfish are the boatmen trouncing human oars.The Land of Look Behind|Paul Cameron Brown