Dover sole


Definition of DOVER SOLE

:  a common European sole (Solea solea) esteemed as a food fish
:  a flatfish (Microstomus pacificus of the family Ploeronectidae) of the Pacific coast of North America that is a commercially important food fish

Origin of DOVER SOLE

probably from Dover, England
First Known Use: circa 1911


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