It is a supper dish, and is brought in with terrapin, oysters, &c.
Why should any member of a club so proper as the Terrapin ask Meadows?
His only approach to invidious comment was in regard to the terrapin.
The terrapin lives in the mud, and is only to be found in marshy places.
He was not the little terrapin we have now, but the first Terrapin.
Then I saw him eat as I had not eaten of his French snails and terrapin.
"It's terrapin," said William, and Susan looked it up on the menu.
The Terrapin very much resembles our large Turtle, only they live wholly on the land, and weigh from four to five hundred pounds.
"You've the intellect of a terrapin," said Betty scornfully.
Have we not the fee simple of terrapin and the exclusive excellence of shad?