A troop of cuttlefish swimming in the sea is a beautiful sight.
Aristotle recognises that all his cuttlefish are alike in structure.
But he does think, slowly and tenaciously, as a cuttlefish grips.
Why not some strange thing of the air, as a cuttlefish is of the sea?
Gods, too, especially when these gods happen to be cuttlefish, might be petrified.
Its usual food, however, appears to be cuttlefish and sorrel.
She leaned a bit heavily on the arm she took as they left the cuttlefish to his ill-conditioned solitude.
He that uses many words for the explaining of any subject doth, like the cuttlefish, hide himself in his own ink.
We were very much interested in the article about the cuttlefish or octopus found on the coast of Florida, in Number 16.
He had no more sentiment left in him than a cuttlefish—was the result of the mental contrast which she drew.