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sailor's–choice

noun sail·or's–choice \ˌsā-lərz-ˈchis\

Definition of SAILOR'S-CHOICE

:  any of several small grunts of the Western Atlantic: as
a :  pinfish
b :  pigfish

First Known Use of SAILOR'S-CHOICE

1850

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