muskie

[muhs-kee]
noun

Origin:
1890–95; musk(ellunge) + -ie

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Muskie

[muhs-kee]
noun
Edmund (Sixtus) [sik-stuhs] , 1914–96, U.S. politician: senator 1959–80; secretary of state 1980–81.
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muskie (ˈmʌskɪ)
 
n
(Canadian) an informal name for the muskellunge

Muskie (ˈmʌskɪ)
 
n
Edmund (Sixtus). 1914--96, US Democratic politician: Governor of Maine (1955--59): senator for Maine (1959--80): Secretary of State (1980--81)

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Example sentences
Muskie are not scattered at random in a lake, and only the best habitats will
  contain the fish.
In fact, poor habitat probably contains no muskie at all.
Muskie can be caught with large buck tail spinners and crank baits by casting
  in late fall to early spring.
As the muskie grow, they are placed into deeper linear tanks.
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