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Synonyms for fishmonger

someone who sells fish

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As I entered the bustling auction area I was welcomed by the fish mongers and fisherman who were all up and about, yelling out on the catch of the day and the prices.
According to local lore, Peter Cusimano, a former fish monger, lobbed the first octopus - a four-pounder - in the playoffs in 1952.
Any good fish monger will provide you with locally sourced shrimp from our coast line which would have been shelled and cooked ready for use," says Colin.
Then there was the fish monger who delivered in a pony and trap and the hardware man who used a horse and wagon and sold everything from a donkey stone to a canteen of cutlery.
Get yourself down to the market or your local fish monger (if you're lucky enough to have such a thing round your way) buy some squid or what ever and wash it down with some Albarino.
Metric Martyrs campaign director and former fish monger Neil Herron said it was a monumental victory down to people power.
But our local fish monger reckons he can beat the lot.
Julie March, 55, fish monger, Winlaton: I sleep because I'm exhausted.
Prosecuting solicitor, Paul Kelly, told the court that Milburn's actions were "more akin to a fish monger than someone fishing for pleasure".
Julie March, 55, fish monger, Win-laton: Oz, because he's a Geordie and he's mad.
Follow Rachel through this richly illustrated and well-paced story as she experiences the street cries of the chair mender, the fish monger and the rag man before composing her own folk song.
Grab a nice piece of salmon from your favorite fish monger and fire up the grill for a quick and easy gourmet entree from the Nielsen-Massey Vanillas A Century Of Flavor cookbook:
If you are a serious cook, check out the 7 day/6 night package that includes six nights of accommodations at the Hotel Villa Romana, daily breakfast, six dinners (four at the hotel and two at Minori restaurants), all wine, coffee and water at dinner, roundtrip transfers from Naples airport or Salerno train station to hotel, four kitchen lessons with professional gastronome and chef, English speaking escort for tours and lessons, entrance fees and tours throughout Amalfi, Villa Cimbrone, Villa Rufolo and Pompeii that include a visit to a Limoncello and cheese factory and a local fish monger.