Definition of Turbots

1. turbot [n] - See also: turbot

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Turbots

turboprops
turbopump
turbopumps
turboramjet
turboramjets
turborocket
turborockets
turbos
turboshaft
turboshafts
turbostratic
turbostratically
turbosupercharger
turbosuperchargers
turbot
turbots (current term)
turbulence
turbulence energy
turbulences
turbulencies
turbulency
turbulent
turbulent flow
turbulent heating
turbulently
turcoman
turcot syndrome
turd
turd burglar
turd burglars

Literary usage of Turbots

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1. The New London Jest Book by William Carew Hazlitt (1871)
"One day the following labels appeared on the fish destined for the respective boards of the noble lords: " Lord Loughborough, two turbots, six hen lobsters, ..."

2. Cook's Oracle: Containing Receipts for Plain Cookery, on the Most Economical by William Kitchiner (1836)
"turbots. The finest brought to the London market are caught off the Dutch coast, ... turbots, like other fish, do not spawn all at the same time; ..."

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