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sail·fish
[seyl-fish]
NOUN [PLURAL, (ESPECIALLY COLLECTIVELY) SAIL·FISH, (ESPECIALLY REFERRING TO TWO OR MORE KINDS OR SPECIES) SAIL·FISH·ES.]
1.
a large tropical and subtropical marine fish, Istiophorus platypterus, of the family Istiophoridae, distinguished by a long, high dorsal fin, long pelvic fins, and a double keel on each side of the tail.
2.
any of several related fishes having a high dorsal fin.
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