noun, plural sword·fish·es, (especially collectively) sword·fish for 1.
Origin of swordfish
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Contemporary Examples of swordfish
Both she and the president, casually dressed in khakis and rolled-up shirt sleeves, had swordfish and salad.Are You There, Recipient? It’s Me, Barack
April 6, 2012
I absolutely love the assertiveness of olives and capers, especially when paired with a meaty fish like swordfish.Fresh Picks
August 11, 2009
Historical Examples of swordfish
I've been turnin' out another school of swordfish and whales, too.
You put in your fourteen cents and I'll put in the rest of the swordfish.
But there are no more fish there, except Marlin swordfish in August and September.
These days were fruitful of the knowledge of swordfish that I had longed to earn.
Nor can you mistake a swordfish when he breaks, even though you only see the splash.