odd fish


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Noun1.odd fish - someone regarded as eccentric or crazy and standing out from a group
unusual person, anomaly - a person who is unusual
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Steerforth, dismissing the subject with a light nod, and a smile, and the remark that he would be glad to see the old fellow too, for he had always been an odd fish, inquired if I could give him anything to eat?
Of course, the odd fish might be feeding at any time, but even if we are not catching trout, a bad day on the Clyde is always better than a good one at the office!
As the month comes to an end, cod are expecting to be showing more regular but presently only odd fish are being noted.
At Redcar and Whitby a few fish have started to appear, with bags of five or six fish to just under 10lb, and the odd fish going 6lb.
Its just the odd fish that might swim into the chamber when the water level is raised and lowered for boats to pass through." Around 4000 people on a variety of boats and other river vessels pass through Lock Three every year.
A couple more hours of wind and rain was broken up by the odd fish before we threw in the towel, and the owner came to help us empty our gear when we landed.
ISLAMABAD:An odd fish with human-like teeth , which was caught by a school teacher, has left villagers astonished in Indonesia's West Papua region, a British newspaper reported.
ISLAMABAD -- An odd fish with human-like teeth , which was caught by a school teacher, has left villagers astonished in Indonesia's West Papua region, a British newspaper reported.
Confusion over terrapins spotted in Huddersfield canal The only wildlife you'd expect to find in Huddersfield Broad Canal is the odd fish, ducks and empty Carling cans.
THE Match Lake at Holgan Farm was in a mean mood for the Christmas fixture and only winner Carl Bolton had more than the odd fish.
There have also been the odd fish from the Newbiggin area and still occasional codling from South Shields Pier and Whitburn and Marsden rock edges, with crab more or less essential.
The odd fish to 6lb have been taken from rock marks at Cullercoats and Tynemouth, with South Rock Hole giving the better fish.