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A large slender greenling (fish), which has large teeth and is greenish-brown with golden spots. It lives along the Pacific coast of North America, where it is a valuable commercial and sporting fish.
- ‘He poses next to his world record lingcod caught Friday about 80 miles south of Ninilchik.’
- ‘Despite the implications of its name, the lingcod does not belong to the cod family.’
- ‘Close to 20% of the lingcod sold in the U.S. is imported from Canada; the rest comes from U.S. fisheries.’
- ‘A 60 pound lingcod was caught off the dock by a little boy trying to catch bullhead.’
- ‘Adult mail lingcod tend to be smaller than adult females; many of the larger lingcod are typically females.’
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The definitions of ‘buddy’ and ‘bro’ in the OED have recently been revised. We explore their history and increase in popularity.