Definition of crevalle
: any of several carangid fishes (genus Caranx); especially : jack crevalle
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Sunday’s trip was followed by an inshore trip on Monday that produced five snook, a mutton snapper, 10 jack crevalles and a tarpon that jumped off.
Stanczyk has caught goliaths on everything from sharks and cobias to Spanish mackerel and large crevalle jacks.
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Origin and Etymology of crevalle
alteration of cavalla
First Known Use: 1879See Words from the same year
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