noun, plural sword·fish·es, (especially collectively) sword·fish for 1.
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Both she and the president, casually dressed in khakis and rolled-up shirt sleeves, had swordfish and salad.
Recipe Instead of adorning your pasta with sausage and tomatoes, try using swordfish and olives for a change of pace and flavor.
I absolutely love the assertiveness of olives and capers, especially when paired with a meaty fish like swordfish.
Mayo does advise that pregnant women avoid swordfish, king mackerel, shark, and tile fish.
Suddenly from the midst of the foam darted forth a gigantic swordfish, with a sword at least twenty feet in length.Laboulaye's Fairy Book|Various
It wouldn't do man any good to stage a conquest of earthworms and swordfish, since neither could pay taxes.The Whispering Spheres|Russell Robert Winterbotham
There were suggestions of purple that reminded me of the swordfish—that royal purple game of the Pacific.
He weaved from side to side, exactly like a tired swordfish, and every now and then he would stick out his bill and swish!
The swordfish has been so long and so well known that its right to its peculiar name has seldom been infringed upon.