a platform for drying fish.
(Canadian) a platform on which fish are dried
[fish-flahy] /ˈfɪʃˌflaɪ/ noun, plural fishflies. 1. a neuropterous insect of the family Corydalidae that is similar to but smaller than a dobsonfly.
- Fish for
1. Try to obtain something through artifice or indirectly. For example, He was always fishing for compliments, or, as William Makepeace Thackeray put it in Vanity Fair (1848): “The first woman who fishes for him, hooks him.” [ Mid-1500s ] 2. Search for something, as in I’ve fished for it in all the drawers. [ […]
noun 1. a small fork having usually three tines, used for eating fish at table.
noun 1. a picnic or other gathering at which fish are fried and eaten. 2. fried fish.