other words for sardine
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The reader soddens in the consciousness of his own penetration as the sardine, equally headless, soaks in oil.
And he that sat was to the sight like the jasper and the sardine stone.
“There is one brute I wish I could get upsides with,” said Ricardo, at breakfast one morning, his mouth full of sardine.
For three or four years there had been a dearth of fish, so that he had not been able to catch even a sardine.
A sardine from a sandwich made excellent bait, at least the speckled beauties in that pool thought so as they rose to it greedily.
"I'm a little tired of this sardine can, myself," Larkwell put in.
The most successful lure, however, is a sardine, or other small fish of six to eight inches in length.
"They don't spend money putting up fireproof staircases for nothing," mumbled a voice over the sardine's shoulder.
It is now held that the pilchard is identical with the sardine, but in a different stage of growth.
So we go on, noting a sardine tin gleaming brightly in the amber sunlight, through a hazel hedge, and presently another old boot.