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sablefish

Syllabification: sa·ble·fish
Pronunciation: /ˈsābəlˌfiSH
 
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Definition of sablefish in English:

noun (plural same or sablefishes)

A large commercially important fish with a slate-blue to black back, occurring throughout the North Pacific.
  • Anoplopoma fimbria, family Anoplopomatidae
Example sentences
  • Chapter One starts with oysters, mussels and clams and subsequent chapters visit herring and shad, sablefish and butterfish, mahi mahi, halibut and sand dabs.
  • Some seafood should be eaten only once a month: tuna steaks, red snapper, orange roughy, Pollack, halibut, northern lobster, marlin, moonfish, saltwater bass, wild trout, bluefish, grouper, croaker and sablefish.
  • Three ounces of sablefish (sometimes called black cod, though they're not members of the cod family) offer 1.7 g of omega - 3 fats.

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