convict fish

convictfish

[kon-vikt-fish]
noun, plural convictfishes (especially collectively) convictfish.

Origin:
convict + fish, so called from the fancied resemblance of its stripes to a convict's uniform

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convict fish

noun
greenling with whitish body marked with black bands [syn: painted greenling
convictfish

noun
greenling with whitish body marked with black bands [syn: painted greenling
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