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Alternative clues for the word gar

Aquarium oddity

Fish with long jaws

Old veterans' org.


House ext.

Civil War grp.

Long-snouted fish

Predatory fish

Long-jawed fish

Civil War veterans' grp.

Swimmer with a long snout

Needle-nosed fish

Freshwater fish with bill-like jaws

Long-nosed fish

Elongated fish

Long-snouted swimmer

Air-gulping swimmer

Alligator ___ (underwater menace)

Fish with poisonous roe

Fish whose name comes from the Old English for "spear"

Air-gulping fish

Elongated swimmer

Bayou predator

Freshwater predator

Mother ___

Long, narrow fish

Primitive predaceous North American fish covered with hard scales and having long jaws with needle-like teeth

Elongate European surface-dwelling predacious fishes with long toothed jaws

Abundant in coastal waters

___ Wood of boating fame

Wood, the boat builder

Long fish

Sharp-nosed fish

Long-jawed pike

Civil War vets' org.

Ganoid fish

Slender fish

Destructive freshwater fish



Sharp-nosed river fish

Veterans' gp. founded in 1866

Beaked ganoid

Civil War veterans' org.

Word definitions for gar in dictionaries

The Collaborative International Dictionary Word definitions in The Collaborative International Dictionary
Garfish \Gar"fish`\, n. [See Gar , n.] (Zo["o]l.) A European marine fish ( Belone vulgaris ); -- called also gar , gerrick , greenback , greenbone , gorebill , hornfish , longnose , mackerel guide , sea needle , and sea pike . One of several species of...

Wiktionary Word definitions in Wiktionary
Etymology 1 n. (context obsolete English) spear Etymology 2 n. Any of several fish, of the family ''(taxlink Lepisosteidae family noshow=1)'', that have long, narrow jaws; garfish Etymology 3 vb. (context now chiefly UK dialectal English) To make, cause...

Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary Word definitions in Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
pike-like fish, 1765, American English, shortening of garfish (mid-15c.), from fish (n.) + Middle English gare , gore "a spear," from Old English gar "spear," from Proto-Germanic *gaizaz "spear" (cognates: Old Norse geirr "spear; point of an anvil," Old...

WordNet Word definitions in WordNet
n. primitive predaceous North American fish covered with hard scales and having long jaws with needle-like teeth [syn: garfish , garpike , billfish , Lepisosteus osseus ] elongate European surface-dwelling predacious fishes with long toothed jaws; abundant...

Wikipedia Word definitions in Wikipedia
Gars (or garpike ) are members of the Lepisosteiformes (or Semionotiformes ), an ancient order of ray-finned fish ; fossils from this order are known from the late Cretaceous onwards. The family Lepisosteidae includes seven living species of fish in two...

Usage examples of gar.

We were called the Silver Kings, and we lived higher than the King of Humbria himself in our palaces that were grander by far than either Ardagh or Gar.

It had been a day full of obligations and endless ministerial duties, including a meeting with Larry Garber regarding his drawings of the sacristy, revised based on their telephone exchange, and a general review of the floor plan for the nave, the baptistry, and the choir.

Dirk and Gar made, Coll saw how quickly they were learning about the land.

In fact, I believe Gar Nal has already done so, but there is only one man upon Barsoom, doubtless there is only one brain in the entire Solar System, that could have done what Fal Sivas has done.

Gar Nal and Fal Savas stole ideas from one another whenever they could, and I should be surprised indeed if their ships did not closely resemble one another.

I saw Fal Sivas and Gar Nal--Gar Nal, the man whom I had thought to be imprisoned in the city of Ombra on the nearer moon.

I sprang forward and seized Gar Nal before he could draw his sword, and Ur Jan fell upon Fal Sivas.

Gar Nal was to hide Fal Sivas, and in return Fal Sivas was to show him the secret of his mechanical brain.

They had both been certain that the last place in the world that I would look for Fal Sivas would be in the house of Gar Nal.

Gar could implant a vision, Kerlew spoke, voice sounding as though it drifted wind-borne from a thousand miles away.

On the other side of the campfire, Kerlew was sitting up, staring at Gar warily.

Alea and Gar led Moira and Kerlew up to the bald top of a high hill, then turned to reassure them.

Evanescent watched Gar and Alea stop at the top of the boarding ramp to wave at Kerlew and Moira, then turn to go into the ship.

Gar told us that under interrogation the narcos had revealed that after a big farewell piss-up the day before the attack, some of their number had left the camp to escort the other two Europeans down river.

Oudeni gar eoike to anthropou soma ton epi sarkophagia gegonoton, ou grupotes cheilous, ouk ozutes onuchos, ou traxutes odontos prosestin, ou koilias eutonia kai pneumatos thermotes, trepsai kai katergasasthai dunate to baru kai kreodes all autothen e phusis te leioteti ton odonton kai te smikroteti tou stomatos kai te malakoteti tes glosses kai te pros pepsin ambluteti tou pneumatos, exomnutai ten sarkophagian.