If Clint Eastwood and a dolphin had sex, I would be the spawn.
A popular beach bar was bulldozed to make way for a dolphin swim attraction.
“The truth came out… like a dolphin wiggling free of a blanket,” Colbert quipped.
But those hearts will likely be pounding a bit harder than if you had just seen, say, dolphin Tale.
They just imagine the dolphin appeared one day in this tank.
At daylight on the 30th May 1840, the dolphin being under easy sail off Whydah, a brigantine was observed on the lee-bow.
It was a lake of rainbow light, in which, for a short while, I lived like a dolphin.
In fact, it is in the next mine to the Hop Toad—the dolphin.
The Coryphæna hippuris, an oceanic fish; often called "dolphin."
The inn long afterwards gave its name to dolphin Street, which the street still retains.
mid-14c., from Old French daulphin, from Medieval Latin dolfinus, from Latin delphinus "dolphin," from Greek delphis (genitive delphinos) "dolphin," related to delphys "womb," perhaps via notion of the animal bearing live young, or from its shape, from PIE *gwelbh-. Popularly applied to the dorado from late 16c.