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noun as in shellfish

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In the 1800s, Americans considered lobsters to be trash food and fed them to prisoners.

From Time

What you want is to eat lobster at a place with a great view.

The route to Bass Harbor Head Light, one of three lighthouses managed by the park, passes through neighborhoods where yards are filled with towers of lobster traps.

Beijing already has imposed import restrictions on Australian barley, wheat, coal, beef, lobster, sugar, copper and timber.

From Fortune

Legal-sized lobsters are hand caught for steaming, grilling, dipping in lemon-butter, and eating.

The lobster is taken away and a steak, something he considers edible, is provided.

He took her to the Savoy Grill to eat lobster, and to his favorite Mexican joint for hot enchiladas.

We thought of other things that taste good with butter and salt and thought: lobster.

A spokeswoman adds that, in the baked flesh, it looks more like a lobster tail.

Spread out among nine tents, more than 20,000 pounds of lobster are served throughout the five-day festivities.

We can buy some green corn of Dave, and he will let us pull his lobster-pots and charge us only five cents for each lobster.

I adore your ability, but I'd as soon fall in love with a lobster—and be boiled with the lobster in a black pot.

Miss blusht—what a happy dog he was—Miss blusht crimson, and then he sighed deeply, and began eating his turbat and lobster sos.

"It's only a lobster, you know," she said, with the careless ease of a young woman quite habituated to midnight suppers.

Near Brecq-Hou, in Sark, they show a cave where a devil-fish a few years since seized and drowned a lobster-fisher.


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On this page you'll find 16 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to lobster, such as: clam, conch, crawfish, crustacean, mollusk, and mussel.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.