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  • adjective superlative form of fishy: most fishy.


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  • Kingsnorth was the oddest, fishiest and least spontaneous protest ever.

    Kingsnorth Police Criticised Over Cost Shock! « POLICE INSPECTOR BLOG Inspector Gadget 2008

  • Well done to all the police in this case in finding the poor girl and have the professionlism to hold their peace in what to many across the country is the fishiest smelling case that has seen the light of day in years. cynical woman on April 9, 2008 at 7: 09 pm | Reply Resigned

    Shannon Matthews « POLICE INSPECTOR BLOG Inspector Gadget 2008

  • Realizing this was something of an epiphany for me, and the "ah-ha" moment came at a most peculiar time and in the fishiest of places.

    Deborah Schoeberlein: Just Call Me Sweetheart 2010

  • CHESTNUT: The fishiest thing about the whole thing is that it happens five weeks after I break his record by five hot dogs.

    CNN Transcript Jul 4, 2007 2007

  • Soon, the tailwater fishery in Marble Canyon was one of the fishiest places on the planet, with an estimated 50,000 trout per river mile.

    Trout Fishing in the Desert of Marble Canyon 2004

  • It is more effective to limit casting to the fishiest-looking water, cover it methodically, and slow down your retrieve.

    More Fishing Tips 2003

  • β€˜It was the fishiest set-up you ever saw,’ said Laura to Dame Beatrice when she had left Miss Crimp at the hotel and had returned to Puffins.

    The Murder of Busy Lizzie Mitchell, Gladys, 1901-1983 1973

  • Superstitious Piscators have great faith in the Heavenly Signs, but often fail to find a Sign of a Fish under the fishiest sign of the

    Punchinello, Volume 1, No. 15, July 9, 1870 Various

  • I had learned to walk unruffled in the face of the most carping, suspicious and the fishiest of these batteries.

    Dawn O'Hara, the Girl Who Laughed Edna Ferber 1926

  • More than once a brace or two of these wildfowl, shot in their southward flight by the lads and cooked by fat, good-natured Mother Joan, graced the rude mess-table of the squires in the long hall, and even the toughest and fishiest drake, so the fruit of their skill, had a savor that, somehow or other, the daintiest fare lacked in after-years.

    Men of Iron 1891


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