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From time to time a porpoise swam up, and with a sudden roll disappeared below the scarcely ruffled surface.
There is a rotund, porpoise-shaped globular gentleman known of these parts as 'Bim the Button Man.'
Tad made a long, curving dive not unlike that of a porpoise.
The girls plump as a young porpoise, an shes mine, an Im going to keep her; you can lay to that!
CURSEDGEORGE ALLAN ENGLAND
They were like silver gulls escorting limitless schools of porpoise through placid waters.
I had a good chance and let fly the harpoon, and, as luck would have it, succeeded in getting a fine porpoise.
Watch oil is made from the porpoise' jaw, and I have not seen anything to equal it.
The harbor porpoise, or "herring-hog," would jump nets and break barricades or die.
Had he not managed to knock the old porpoise himself into shape, till he was grown docile and tractable as a tame rabbit?
DRY FISH AND WETANTHON BERNHARD ELIAS NILSEN
They plunged in and were off like a school of porpoise, one minute under water and the next leaping high into the air.

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oligopolynoun | [ol-i-gop-uh-lee ]SEE DEFINITION