rabbitfish

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rabbitfish

(ˈræbɪtˌfɪʃ)
n, pl -fish or -fishes
1. (Animals) a large chimaera, Chimaera monstrosa, common in European seas, with separate caudal and anal fins and a long whiplike tail
2. (Animals) any of the spiny-finned tropical marine fishes of the family Siganidae of Indo-Pacific waters. They have a rabbit-like snout and spines on the pelvic or ventral fins
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Noun1.rabbitfish - large European chimaerarabbitfish - large European chimaera    
chimaera - a deep-sea fish with a tapering body, smooth skin, and long threadlike tail
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