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Synonyms for haddock

lean white flesh of fish similar to but smaller than cod

important food fish on both sides of the Atlantic

References in classic literature ?
Pickles ate biscuits and Ginger ate a dried haddock.
They possess a quite dazzling and transcendent beauty which separates them by a wide interval from the cadaverous cod and haddock whose fame is trumpeted in our streets.
The Liverpool crown court judge had previously adjourned sentencing in order to get more information about Haddocks' two previous robberies so he could rule whether she posed a danger to society.
Judge Ian Trigger said officials had failed to provide the resources to enable him to lock up serial robber Grace Haddock indefinitely.
Haddock, 36, tricked her way into elderly Lillian Whatling's Wirral home, where she has lived for 60 years, to steal her handbag.