noun, plural yel·low·tails, (especially collectively) yel·low·tail.
Origin of yellowtail
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Contemporary Examples of yellowtail
How many jars of pickled watermelon does Derek Lam have stored in his refrigerator, ready to be paired with yellowtail crudo?Harvesting Fall's Fashions
August 27, 2009
A member of the Yellowtail production team did not immediately return an email asking for comment.
A former winemaker at Yellowtail and several distributors tell me that the wildly popular Australian label, among others, uses it.
Historical Examples of yellowtail
I have seen acres of flying-fish in the air at once, and great swarms of yellowtail, basking on the surface.
At Mæander Reef I took the first yellowtail ever caught in the islands with rod and line.The Philippines Past and Present (Volume 2 of 2)
Dean Conant Worcester
What becomes of these seven tons of white sea-bass and all the other tons and tons of yellowtail and albacore?