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Use "codfish" in a sentence
"We hope they'll choose one of these fish over something like the poor bedeviled codfish, which is still being overfished on George's bank."
"Great Britain, Newfoundland has little direct trade with Canada, and moreover enjoys a virtual monopoly of one particular commodity, namely codfish, by which it manages to support its small population."
"On all sides, indeed, there flourished a strong British party, and particularly in New England, where the so-called codfish aristocracy (by no means extinct today) exhibited an undisguised Anglomania, and looked forward confidently to a rapprochement with the mother country."