Examples of fishmonger in a Sentence
You can get fresh cod at the fishmonger's.
Recent Examples of fishmonger from the Web
The fishmonger sells more than 12,000 pounds of domestic and imported fish a week, serving more than 200 local restaurants, including Hugo’s, The Grove and Escalante’s.
The one-year Brexit deadline can't come soon enough for fishmonger and Leave voter Dave Crosbie.
His father, like many Latino immigrants, worked in restaurants, including as a prep cook and fishmonger at downtown’s Water Grill, where Cimarusti was head chef at the time.
Other local winners include: fishmonger TwoXSea, cheese maker Bellwether Farms, salumi maker Fra’ Mani Handcrafted Foods, and Yume Boshi, which specializes in Japanese preserved plum products.
Harrods butchers, bakers, and fishmongers looked on (some dancing) as a collection worn by millennials—including a fair share of Anglo aristocracy and celebrity offspring—wended its way between displays of beef, breads, and lobster.
There is still the butcher and fishmonger up the street.
That intriguing dichotomy—dirt roads and private jets, fishmongers and Diane von Furstenberg—is reflected in Bergamin's decor, a marvel of unstudied chic and cross-cultural savoir faire.
At the seafood counter, fishmongers will cut and debone any piece of fish.
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First Known Use of fishmonger
FISHMONGER Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of fishmonger for English Language Learners
: a person or shop that sells fish
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