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.

Nearby words

  1. veiled,
  2. veiledly,
  3. veiling,
  4. veilleuse,
  5. veillonella,
  6. vein,
  7. vein of bulb of penis,
  8. vein of cochlear canal,
  9. vein of eyelid,
  10. vein of kidney


Also called veil·tail.

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