Word "FISH" Definitions:


Part of Speech:
Noun
Definition:
(astrology) a person who is born while the sun is in Pisces
Synonyms:
pisces

Part of Speech:
Verb
Definition:
seek indirectly
Synonyms:
angle
Examples:
fish for compliments

Part of Speech:
Noun
Definition:
the twelfth sign of the zodiac; the sun is in this sign from about February 19 to March 20
Synonyms:
pisces, pisces the fishes

Crossword Clues for FISH

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Clue Source Date
Drop a line? New York Times 15 Jun 2022
Aquarium residents Thomas Joseph 06 Jun 2022
It might be a fluke Wall Street Journal 28 May 2022
Drop a line? Wall Street Journal 05 Apr 2022
School group? Universal 04 Apr 2022
School mates Wall Street Journal 12 Feb 2022
Aquarium pet USA Today 10 Feb 2022
See 1-Across New York Times 09 Feb 2022
Sardine or salmon Newsday 25 Jan 2022
School member Thomas Joseph 10 Nov 2021
Cast with one line, perhaps Universal 31 Oct 2021
Closes 3 down for school group Irish Times Crosaire 20 Oct 2021
Lobster or cod Canadiana 11 Oct 2021
Tuna, e.g USA Today 17 Aug 2021
School group at the end of 3 down Irish Times Crosaire 07 Jul 2021
Foolish having no loo - it's a cod Irish Times Crosaire 21 Jun 2021
With 11-Down, what each of this puzzle's groups of circles represents New York Times 17 Jun 2021
& 8 across: Cod covered in breadcrumbs and fried with fresh fig in batter Irish Times Crosaire 19 May 2021
Eel, for example USA Today 23 Apr 2021
Angle The Times Concise 29 Mar 2021
Pike or perch Eugene Sheffer 16 Mar 2021
Without 26 across you won't catch this in school Irish Times Crosaire 01 Mar 2021
See 36-Across Wall Street Journal 22 Feb 2021
Drop a line to half of those in 3 down Irish Times Crosaire 15 Feb 2021
School in Cardiff is horrendous The Telegraph Cryptic 14 Feb 2021
Molly perhaps is in fine hotel The Telegraph Cryptic 09 Feb 2021
Source of some omega-3s New York Times 28 Jan 2021
Pike or perch The Sun Two Speed 15 Jan 2021
Female quiet about one angle The Sun Two Speed 15 Jan 2021
Drop a line, say New York Times 08 Jan 2021
Catch some rays? The Sun Two Speed 01 Jan 2021
Angle The Sun Two Speed 01 Jan 2021
Use rod and reel Newsday 23 Dec 2020
Seek, as a compliment, with 'for' The Washington Post 15 Dec 2020
Seek, as a compliment, with "for" LA Times Daily 15 Dec 2020
School group at an aquarium? The Washington Post Sunday 13 Dec 2020
School member Thomas Joseph 05 Dec 2020
Drop a line to one of those in 26 across Irish Times Crosaire 16 Nov 2020
School member Wall Street Journal 03 Nov 2020
It might be caught with a fly LA Times Daily 11 Oct 2020
It might be caught with a fly The Washington Post 11 Oct 2020
Code and sea-lemon, for two Jonesin 29 Sep 2020
Alerts from half-sister in school Irish Times Crosaire 14 Sep 2020
Central to Franz Josef I's hard-line angle Irish Times Crosaire 11 Sep 2020
Bass, for example Newsday 28 Aug 2020
A big one often gets away Universal 17 Aug 2020
Go angling Eugene Sheffer 13 Aug 2020
School group New York Times 21 Jun 2020
Drop a line at the end of 11 across Irish Times Crosaire 10 Jun 2020
Salmon, for one USA Today 01 Jun 2020
Perch or sole Universal 14 May 2020
Central to Franz Josef I shaping angle Irish Times Crosaire 03 Apr 2020
Drop a line? New York Times 19 Feb 2020
Do some angling LA Times Daily 23 Dec 2019
Do some angling The Washington Post 23 Dec 2019
Schools that swim Newsday 11 Dec 2019
Word before hook or line Canadiana 09 Dec 2019
Porgy and bass New York Times 17 Nov 2019
Porgy and bass
Flounder or shark Newsday 13 Nov 2019
Fare with chips USA Today 22 Oct 2019
66-Across, e.g Wall Street Journal 05 Oct 2019
Trawl The Times Concise 22 Sep 2019
What trawlers trawl for New York Times 19 Sep 2019
Drop a line to Powell leaving fellowship Irish Times Crosaire 19 Aug 2019
Sole, for one Wall Street Journal 12 Aug 2019
*Match game? Universal 31 Jul 2019
Bouillabaisse base New York Times 28 Jul 2019
Angler's target Universal 13 Jul 2019
One taking the bait New York Times 16 Jun 2019
School group LA Times Daily 18 Apr 2019
School group The Washington Post 18 Apr 2019
Flopper on a line Family Time 24 Feb 2019
School member, in the ocean Universal 07 Jan 2019
__ and chips LA Times Daily 07 Jan 2019
__ and chips The Washington Post 07 Jan 2019
Drop a line to half of those in 9 across Irish Times Crosaire 03 Jan 2019
Angler's target
__ and chips
School group
School member, in the ocean
Bouillabaisse base
Fare with chips
*Match game?
One taking the bait
What trawlers trawl for
66-Across, e.g.
Sole, for one
Angle New York Times 09 Dec 2018
Angle The Telegraph Quick 15 Nov 2018
Drop a line to one of those in 33 down Irish Times Crosaire 03 Nov 2018
Look (for), as a compliment New York Times 12 Oct 2018
You'll need 26 across to do this to drop a line Irish Times Crosaire 24 Sep 2018
Use the items found at the ends of the answers to 20-, 31-, 47- and 56-Across New York Times 17 Sep 2018
Part of the Sci-Fi's hypothesis produced by the group in school Irish Times Crosaire 31 Aug 2018
Angle; trawl The Telegraph Quick 18 Jul 2018
Rays, e.g Wall Street Journal 31 May 2018
Catch some rays? LA Times Daily 15 May 2018
Catch some rays? The Washington Post 15 May 2018
Trout or tuna Newsday 15 May 2018
Angling catch Wall Street Journal 16 Jan 2018
Rays, e.g.
Angle
Look (for), as a compliment
Catch some rays?
Use the items found at the ends of the answers to 20-, 31-, 47- and 56-Across
Salmon or sardine Newsday 18 Dec 2017
Salmon or sole New York Times 02 Oct 2017
Symbol of Christianity New York Times 10 Aug 2017
Drop a line from the dock, say The Washington Post 17 Apr 2017
Drop a line from the dock, say LA Times Daily 17 Apr 2017
Traditional Friday fare USA Today 15 Apr 2017
Cod or koi Premier Sunday 09 Apr 2017
Seek bass Newsday 23 Mar 2017
Tuna or shark Newsday 20 Mar 2017
Pike, e.g Wall Street Journal 18 Mar 2017
Pike or trout The Washington Post 13 Mar 2017
Pike or trout LA Times Daily 13 Mar 2017
Drop a line to Garibaldi? Irish Times Crosaire 02 Feb 2017
56-Across object LA Times Daily 29 Jan 2017
Sneakily seek, with "for" LA Times Daily 26 Jan 2017
Members of a school Wall Street Journal 13 Jan 2017
Symbol of Christianity
Salmon or sole
Sneakily seek, with "for"
Drop a line from the dock, say
Traditional Friday fare
School group Wall Street Journal 30 Dec 2016
Cod, dab, eel and ray The Guardian Quick 28 Oct 2016
"Cut bait" alternative Universal 16 Oct 2016
Section of staff is helping one or more in school The Telegraph Cryptic 11 Sep 2016
Search, as for compliments Universal 20 Jun 2016
Trawl haul The Washington Post 09 Jun 2016
Word that follows the starts of 22-, 27-, 48-, and 53-Across, in a Dr. Seuss title The Washington Post 19 May 2016
Fine, sort of, perhaps brill? The Times Cryptic 22 Apr 2016
Bass, e.g LA Times Daily 13 Apr 2016
Seek sneakily, with "for" LA Times Daily 20 Mar 2016
Angler's prey The Sun Two Speed 15 Feb 2016
Some chef is having halibut, for instance The Sun Two Speed 15 Feb 2016
Search, as for compliments
Drop a line? The Washington Post 02 Dec 2015
Angler's prize LA Times Daily 06 Nov 2015
Certain school group Newsday 19 Jul 2015
With 52-Down, flakes sprinkled into an aquarium Premier Sunday 28 Jun 2015
Trawler's haul Universal 14 Jun 2015
Trawler's haul Newsday 15 Apr 2015
Aquatic creature Universal 07 Apr 2015
Sole, for one Premier Sunday 29 Mar 2015
Flounder, e.g LA Times Daily 08 Mar 2015
Pisces Eugene Sheffer 14 Feb 2015
Menu heading
Certain school group
Flounder, e.g.
Angler's prize
Trawler's haul
Go sole-searching?
Drop a line?
Sole, for one
With 52-Down, flakes sprinkled into an aquarium
Aquatic creature
Trawler's haul
Bass, but not guitar or drums
Pike or perch
One in a school
Hamilton ___, two-term secretary of state under Grant
Crappie and bleak
It may be landed with a hook
63-Across catch
Look for a compliment
Menu heading
Menu section
Bait biter
Something hidden in 20-, 28-, 43- and 52-Across ... or landed with the help of 1-, 10-, 37- and 63-Across
Take the bait?
Hold the line?
Craig Campbell single off debut album
Shore dinner entree
Tetra, e.g.
They're cold-blooded
Moviedom's Nemo or Wanda
Seattle culinary specialty
Go for a bite?
Net gain?
School mates?
Turbot or burbot
67 Across, e.g.
Eels, e.g.
Porgy and bass
School group
Sole on the table, e.g.
Take plaice
They're hidden in this puzzle's nine longest answers
Perch or pike
Drop hints, say
Drop hints, say
Burbot or turbot
Creel contents
Bass or drum
Go angling
Perch or bass
Pike or perch
Char and smelt, e.g.
Hold the line?
Bass or drum
Ichthyologist's study
Use rod and reel
Aquarium denizen
Dangle a line from a dock, say
Grunt and carp
They take the bait
Dangle a line from a dock, say
Catch a few rays?
Pike or perch
With 97-Down, tall tales
Christian's car emblem
Guppy, e.g.
What one might do for compliments
Perch, for one
Haul from a trawl
Marlin or mackerel
Try for flounder
Angle (and a three-word hint to this puzzle's theme)
Minnow, e.g.
Seek indirectly
Ocean inhabitant
"Cut bait" alternative
Protein source
Net gains?
Drop a line?
Sneakily probe (for)
"Cut bait" alternative
Drop a line?
Sneakily probe (for)
Easy mark, in cards
Chips partner
Word to add to each theme answer that will make sense of its clue
Word to add to each theme answer that will make sense of its clue
Seek at random, with "for"
Carp, e.g.
Bass and others
Ray, e.g.
Porgy and bass
Porgy and bass
Look (for), as compliments
Bass and others
Sea things
School group
School group?
Bouillabaisse base
"Barney Miller" spinoff
Chips partner
With 56-Across, an attribute of 18-, 27-, 44- and 57-Across?
Net gains?
__ and chips
Drop a line
Drop a line?
Angle
Sole mates?
Trout, e.g.
Catch some rays?
Guppy or grouper
Do some casting
Burbot or turbot
Porgy and bass
Each capitalized clue's answer has one
School swimmers
Each capitalized clue's answer has one
Tank occupants
Net gains for the fleet?
Look for, as compliments
Tuna or salmon
Catch some rays?
Pursue Izaak Walton's pastime
Angle for
Do some casting
Person easily duped
Ichthyologist's study
Drop a line?
Dangle poles over a pier, say
Do some casting
Angle
Play bass?
Look for, as compliments
Drop a line
Surf, on some menus
Porgy and bass
Cod or bass
Catch a few rays?
Sole, for one
Guppy or grouper
"Barney Miller" spinoff
School group
Country Joe's band
Barney Miller spinoff
Look for a compliment
Trawler's haul
Salmon or sardine
Throw out a line, perhaps
Sucker
7 Down, for one
Menu heading
Ray, for one
Tarpon or tuna
A part of this starts 17-, 30-, 48- and 63-Across
"Go _____!" (card game)
"Barney Miller" character
Angle
Sucker or fluke
Denizens of the 46-Across
Partner of chips
School group?
School enrollment?
Barney Miller spin-off
Go angling
Gouramis, e.g.
Bouillabaisse base
Chips partner
Flounder, for one
Food with chips
Walleye or white cloud
Pisces
Blenny or bluehead
Christian symbol
Alternative to 13 Across
Bass, for one
Burbot or turbot, e.g.
Queriman or tetraodont
Abe Vigoda role
Plaice or dace
Trawler's haul
Pollock or pike
Kind of story
Perch or pike
Type of story
Garibaldi, e.g.
Carp or flounder
Pike or perch
Pond occupant
Angle
Burbot or turbot
Dace or plaice
Piscator's prey
Cod or scrod
Vigoda role
Sea horse, for one
Kind of wife or fry
Perch
Trawl haul
Trawl or cast
Perch or trout
Go after indirectly
Gefi1te ___
"___ or cut bait"
Kind of wife
Fowl's companion
Menu choice
Beluga
Angle.
Flounder.
Menu item.
Children's card game.
Whiting.
Skipjack.
Companion of chips.
Track the rainbow.
Bass.
Guppies.
Guppy.
Robalo or bonito.
Shiners.
Bouillabaisse item.
Albacore.
Search for.
Silversides.
Amber jack, for instance.
Seek to obtain by artifice.
Product of the Grand Banks.
Grant's Secretary of State.
Isolationist defeated by Bennet.
School members
Try out a line?
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