sardine

[ sahr-deen ]SEE DEFINITION OF sardine

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SARDINE

I tell ye, he's no sardine; you kin see that without my tellin' ye.

Finally the call of my name made me jump as a sardine does when pursued by a big fish.

If that isn't enough to make a man feel as small as a sardine!

And they were as good to eat as a sardine and better than a mullet.

Where are the sardine sloops that ought to have sailed from Algiers?

At least the war could not keep me from the sardine grounds.

"It looks like an apple with a sardine for a core," said Charley.

"I'm a little tired of this sardine can, myself," Larkwell put in.

Cut the toast into strips and serve one sardine on each strip.

There were their own sardine cans, and the fragments of the teacup Hazel had dropped.

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