Examples of fishy in a Sentence
There's something fishy about that guy.
something's fishy about the way he's acting
Recent Examples of fishy from the Web
There is nothing quite like entering a room filled with plates of sardines, salmon and other fishy fare.
Monks in France — where else? — quickly saw an opportunity and began to keep and breed rabbits as a meaty non-meat to nourish them through a cold and fishy Lent.
AOD Farms is part of a white-meat explosion that rivals the fishy one.
Jughead, meanwhile, thinks there’s something fishy with this SSHS closing, but his rant about it to F.P. is interrupted by Betty, who wanted to meet with him.
But Farwell has been making some fishy-sounding claims.
On my visit, that Korean fried chicken came with a thin, rectangular okonomikyaki, molded into a grid shape, waving with fishy bonito flakes — an East Asian pop-art take on chicken and waffles.
Look, things have been fishy and stinky and gross in the upper echelon of University of Arkansas happenings for a while.
Or maybe fishy former Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort?
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First Known Use of fishy
FISHY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of fishy for English Language Learners
: of or relating to fish; especially : tasting or smelling like a fish
: causing doubt or suspicion : likely to be bad, untrue, dishonest, etc.
FISHY Defined for Kids
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