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fish slice

noun
1.
a broad-bladed kitchen implement with a long handle, for turning fish in frying.
2.
Chiefly British. a broad-bladed implement for serving fish at table.
Origin of fish slice
1885-1890
1885-90
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  • Remove them with a fish-slice or colander-spoon, and drain them on kitchen paper.

    The Skilful Cook Mary Harrison
  • The spoons he couldn't find, but he found a carving-fork and a fish-slice.

    The Magic City Edith Nesbit
  • As soon as they rise to the surface, remove them with a fish-slice, and drain them on kitchen paper.

    The Skilful Cook Mary Harrison
  • With the aid of a tablespoon and a fish-slice, he managed to get the pancake reversed.

    Mrs. Bindle Hebert Jenkins
  • It is so strange, because on that very day I had my first present, and it was a fish-slice also.

    A Duet Arthur Conan Doyle
  • Mr. Gasp has exchanged the cheese scoop, which is identified with the championship of South Rutlandshire, for a fish-slice.

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