• WordNet 3.6
    • n triggerfish any of numerous compressed deep-bodied tropical fishes with sandpapery skin and erectile spines in the first dorsal fin
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In literature:

A startled triggerfish darted past, orange in the sun.
"Caribbee" by Thomas Hoover

In news:

Amberjack season reopened Wednesday, leaving only red snapper and triggerfish off limits.
Gulf Council Debating Triggerfish , Gag Seasons for 2013.
Home: Conservation Press Releases: Gulf Council Debating Triggerfish , Gag Seasons for 2013.
Editor's note: Recreational season for gray triggerfish in the Gulf of Mexico closed June 11, 2012, and will reopen January 1, 2013.
Meet The Man Behind Triggerfish , Africa's Answer To DreamWorks, Disney And Pixar.
Stuart Forrest, CEO, Triggerfish .
Triggerfish With Pistou and Garden Vegetables.
An Alabama study questions whether triggerfish populations are declining as sharply as reported in the Gulf of Mexico.
Missy Robbins, executive chef at A Voce , incorporates fish such as sea robin and triggerfish into her experimental tasting menus.
Triggerfish was unable to disclose how much the film cost, but said its budget was under $20 million.