The horse-mackerel had regained consciousness and was making the fact known.
An oceanic fish, well-known as the bonito or horse-mackerel.
They ride, some persons have told me, on the horse-mackerel, but of that I have no knowledge.
An old Cornish name for the tunny, or a scomber, larger than the horse-mackerel.
What's that you're grumbling there, like a dead northeaster, you horse-mackerel?
And the motorboats have frightened all the horse-mackerel away.
horse-mackerel were seldom, if ever, used for food in this country until within a few years.
No horse-mackerel need now be set adrift as worthless, as was formerly the custom.
horse-mackerel are found singly on the coast all the year round, but sometimes they congregate in shoals of many thousands.