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fish fork

noun
1.
a small fork having usually three tines, used for eating fish at table.
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  • When oysters are given they precede the soup, and should be eaten with a dinner-fork, not with a fish-fork.

  • No you hadnt, said Comfort, sternly, and at the same time gesticulating earnestly with the fish-fork.

    Nelly's First Schooldays Josephine Franklin
  • By means of a fish-fork Jim pitched his catch aboard the sloop.

    Jim Spurling, Fisherman Albert Walter Tolman

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