For the adventurous, try the reindeer or puffin; for those feeling fishy, go for arctic char or the array of sushi.
The puffin uses its wings under the water, and so do the other members of the auk family.
He's my friend, and—and I don't like to see him puffin' like that.
She was the one black sheep of the fold, for she had committed the unpardonable sin—she had laughed at Mr. puffin.
We must hope that the puffin may prove, as she expects, to be a disguised lamb.
Its name, it is believed, is derived from two Norse words meaning puffin Isle.
I have the honour to give you a lemon, Captain puffin, and a slice of sugar.
I did know that; but I thought you'd have had on your very best so as to soften the puffin's heart.
puffin felt as calm as a tropic night, and as courageous as a captain.
That's very fortunate for you, Mr. puffin, for you must have so much to put up with from the poor people.
North Atlantic seabird, mid-14c., perhaps connected with puff on notion of appearance, or from some Celtic word (earliest association is with Cornwall and Scilly), and altered by influence of puff.