noun, plural (especially collectively) squid, (especially referring to two or more kinds or species) squids.
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For seafood try Clamman in Southhampton, proudly peddling tuna, bass, scallops, and squid all caught by local fishermen.The Hamptons Hot List: Where to Eat, What to Drink, and How to Get Your Beach on This Summer|Brandon Presser|May 24, 2014|DAILY BEAST
This bruschetta, topped with squid, tangy goat cheese, fragrant mint, and sweet roasted garlic, is a meal on toast.
It was here Harvey first met the squid, who is one of the best cod-baits, but uncertain in his moods."Captains Courageous"|Rudyard Kipling
In the accompanying illustration, the size of the squid is exaggerated, but not so much as has been supposed.
It was found that the cuttle-fish and squid were absent, so they waited for them a half-hour; but still they did not come.Filipino Popular Tales|Dean S. Fansler
This food is chiefly the Squid or Sepia octopus, known also by the name of the cuttle-fish.Old Jack|W.H.G. Kingston
“Make capital bait, Master Richard,” said Will, carefully storing the squid away in the locker of the boat.Menhardoc|George Manville Fenn