Definition of weakfish in English:

weakfish

Syllabification: weak·fish
Pronunciation: /ˈwēkˌfiSH
 
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noun (plural same or weakfishes)

A large, slender-bodied marine fish living along the east coast of North America, popular as a food fish and for sport. Also called sea trout.
  • Cynoscion regalis, family Sciaenidae
More example sentences
  • It's all about how to fly-fish for stripers, bluefish, albacore, bonito, weakfish and hickory shad.
  • At another place I very proudly served weakfish as ‘Sea Trout with Sautéed Cucumbers.’
  • The shellfish stands alongside a pair of spicy romesco-sauced toasts atop lean, flavorful weakfish and pale, delicate, almost liquid skate, along with strips of fennel and red peppers.

Origin

late 18th century: from obsolete Dutch weekvisch, from week 'soft' + visch 'fish'.

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