Recent Examples of goldfish from the Web
And that's the same reason dogs, cats, bunnies, and birds are showing up in college student housing, rapidly replacing the only creature from home most schools have historically allowed: the goldfish.
The black headed cardinal bird visited the lawn pond in Carthage, Illinois to feed the local goldfish.
For example, due to the distortion, a freely moving object would be observed by the goldfish to move along a curved path.
Most of these fish lived much longer than the goldfish, but some of them had a habit of leaping in ecstatic arcs straight through the gaps in the tank’s cover and onto the living room floor.
Soaps made to look like rubber ducks and goldfish in baggies are one of Cole’s personal favorites in the store right now.
There’s information on vegetable and fruit gardens, wooded areas, bulbs, corms, tubers and rhizomes; goldfish ponds, perennial borders, conifers, winter gardens and seeds.
The colorway, and corresponding prints, are a nod to the rapper’s LP, which features a goldfish on its cover art.
The Secret Lives of Henry and Alice’ 9 What do the acting president of the United States, a homemaker, a French waiter named Michel and a pet goldfish have in common?
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First Known Use of goldfish
GOLDFISH Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of goldfish for English Language Learners
: a small usually orange fish that people often keep in ponds or in fishbowls or tanks as a pet
GOLDFISH Defined for Kids
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