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Ladyfish

- Noun

A large, handsome oceanic fish (Albula vulpes), found both in the Atlantic and Pacific oceans; -- called also bonefish, grubber, French mullet, and macabe.

- Noun

A labroid fish (Harpe rufa) of Florida and the West Indies.


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