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stone bass

[ bas ]
/ bæs /
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noun
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Origin of stone bass

First recorded in 1690–1700
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British Dictionary definitions for stone bass

stone bass
/ (bæs) /

noun
a large sea perch, Polyprion americanus, of the Atlantic and MediterraneanAlso called: wreckfish
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