Recent Examples of goldfish from the Web
The goldfish rarely lasted a week and the giant stuffed animal is no doubt long gone, but the memory of that sweet childhood victory never goes away.
Kimpton, which started out as a cluster of U.S. boutique hotels and was acquired by InterContinental Hotels Group in 2015, has always been gung-ho about quirky concierge programs—if your kids want a goldfish, no sweat.
Goldfish-Nose Eagle Head Marshmallows These eagles have seen things no eagle should see.
The club handed out free construction hats, goldfish, pretzels and water.
Damaged property includes a window, solar panels, light bulbs, cameras and the goldfish pond.
Over the years, the Bordens have cremated iguanas, kangaroos, alpacas, deer, parakeets, squirrels, dogs, cats, goldfish, miniature ponies and more.
A: Dung!) and who named the goldfish in his backyard pond Nosey, Scrumpy, Motley, Blind Pew, Spunky and William.
A few hundred yards upcreek from where Fergus was fishing, Henry put down his rod and reel, dug into a nearby backpack and grabbed a baggie filled with goldfish crackers.
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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
Definition of goldfish for Students
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