- A spiny-finned fish.
- (zoology) Belonging to the order of fishes having spinose fins, as the perch.
- A soft, fleshy fin found on the back of a fish behind the dorsal fin and just forward of the caudal fin.
- A large marine fish Thunnus alalunga of warm seas, having edible flesh
- A woman who keeps an alehouse.
noun (alligator gar)
- a species (Atractosteus spatula) of gar native to the southeastern U.S., known for its extremely large (in excess of 200 lbs) size.
adjective (wikipedia, fish migration)
- (context, of a migratory fish) that lives in the sea and breeds in fresh water
- A fin located on the underside of a fish behind the anus.
noun ((plural) or angelfishes)
- A freshwater fish, tropical cichlids of the genus Pterophyllum.
- A marine fish of the family Pomacanthidae, common on shallow tropical reefs.
- A person who fishes with a hook and line.
- A throng of anglers lined the trout stream on opening day of trout season.
- An angler fish.
- The lured a smaller fish into reach with the appendage on its head.
- Someone who tries to work an angle, works an angle; a person who schemes or has an ulterior motive.
- ''Jonas was a consummate when it came the company's leave policy; he had it figured so he only needed to work six months out of the year.
- (slang, 1811) Pilferers or petty thief, thieves, who, with a stick having a hook at the end, steal goods out of shop-windows, grates, etc.
noun ((plural) or anglerfishes)
- Any fish of the bony fish order Lophiiformes. These fish use an outgrowth that can be wiggled so as to resemble a prey animal to lure and catch their prey.
- one who shoots an arrow from a bow or a bolt from a crossbow.