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adjective 
  1. Of or pertaining to fishermen or fishing.
    • 1866, w:Anthony_Trollope, Anthony Trollope, The Claverings, ch 41,
    • :There should be no plea put in by him in his absences, that he had only gone to catch a few fish, when his intentions had been other than .
      1. Of or pertaining to fish; piscine
    • 2005, http://driving.timesonline.co.uk/tol/life_and_style/driving/article596314.ece "Mercedes goes back to nature for dynamic inspiration", Times Online, London, 25 Nov (retrieved 2 July 2007),
    • :The tropical boxfish may not look the sleekest or sexiest of creatures, but the Mercedes team knew better.
    • 2007, http://www.economist.com/books/displaystory.cfm?story_id=10320771 "Atlantic salmon:Ruler of the river", The Economist, London, 19 Dec (retrieved 24 Dec 2007),
    • :There are dozens of photographs, but it is not the pornography that makes this book so exciting so much as the stories Mr Buller has unearthed.
Etymology: From Latin piscÄtor, fisherman, from Latin piscis, fish.


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