pickerel

Part of speech: noun

A North American fresh water fish; a small pike.

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Usage examples "pickerel":

  1. But to step into that of the pickerel fishermen of a midwinter day adds zest to the excursion. - "Old Plymouth Trails", Winthrop Packard.
  2. And she would show him Diamond Lake, and the speckled pickerel among the water- plants. - "The Mystery of Metropolisville", Edward Eggleston.
  3. " Drop in astern," said Dick to his companion in English, " it's the light of the evening, and I'm going to troll for a pickerel." - "The Silent Places", Steward Edward White.