Examples of barracuda in a Sentence
The company's lawyers are a bunch of barracudas.
the governor-elect is too nice and easygoing, so he'll need a barracuda as his chief of staff
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Giant Nile crocodiles, aggressive bull sharks and enormous barracudas are all frequently spotted in the lagoon.
Snorkelers have seen a variety of creatures, including large barracuda and tarpon.
The island’s sole eateries are the Cotton House’s Beach Café and more formal Veranda restaurant, both turning out creative takes on Caribbean-style fare—don’t miss the barracuda sashimi and award-winning wine list at Veranda.
Baskets of mackerel, piles of squid, tuna, barracuda and glistening octopus are artfully arranged on ceramic tiles.
When the sun rises, the place is peaceful, as the lagoon laps at its mangrove forest and barracuda, snapper and grouper enjoy the solitude.
Watch Hoover catch a barracuda while aboard a boat in Florida.
But kin selection couldn’t explain why a fish such as the cleaner wrasse can pick parasites from the teeth of a barracuda with almost no risk of becoming a meal itself.
Sanders, who’s caught goliaths on mackerel, 5- to 10-pound jacks, half a barracuda and even a spadefish, uses 9-0 to 12-0 hooks, which are typically used to catch marlin and sharks.
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BARRACUDA Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of barracuda for English Language Learners
: a kind of fierce tropical fish that has strong jaws and sharp teeth
: someone who uses aggressive, harsh, and sometimes improper ways to achieve something
BARRACUDA Defined for Kids
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