veiltail goldfish

[ veyl-teyl ]
/ ˈveɪlˌteɪl /

noun

an artificially bred, indoor variety of goldfish, usually golden or calico and of a spheroid shape, having a fully divided, drooping tail fin exceeding the body in length.

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Also called veil·tail.
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