Noun(1) Small herring-like plankton-eating fishes often canned whole or as paste; abundant in tropical waters worldwide(2) Tiny Mediterranean fishes usually canned or salted(3) Used for hors d'oeuvres or as seasoning in sauces(4) Small herring-like plankton-feeding fishes often canned whole or as paste(5) Abundant in tropical waters worldwide
(1) According to Harris, the greatest concern is a trend toward fishing the Argentine anchovy , a staple penguin food.(2) Their diet includes several fish species, such as anchovy , whiting and herring.(3) Sardines haven't had the exposure of, say, anchovies or herrings.(4) Preserved fish is the local speciality - especially tuna in oil and anchovies , which are salted in ceramic pots with weighted tops.(5) As she was preparing to cook it, she happened to glance at the ingredients and noticed that it contained anchovies and fish stock.(6) There's a wide ledge on the north side of the Arch at 25m, a good place to stop and watch a huge shoal of anchovies stream past.(7) A rustling plateful of deep-fried whitebait with anchovies and a red onion dressing screamed out for a smack of chilli, but was still pleasing for all that.(8) The relationship between anchovies and sardines may not be so simple, he said.(9) Adult halibut prefer a diet of small fish such as anchovies , sardines, and white croaker.(10) Its primary food consists of sardines, anchovies , small mackerel, crabs, shrimp and squid.(11) Barracuda eat squid and small fish such as sardines, anchovies , young mackerels and grunions.(12) The rivers also provide fish, and there are several fisheries that produce mackerel, anchovies , and prawns.(13) Sardines and anchovies swim to the beat of a 50-year climate cycle in the Pacific Ocean.(14) In a mortar, pound the salt, garlic and anchovies to a paste.(15) Groups such as silversides, herrings and anchovies often congregate in feeding shoals numbering in the millions.(16) At a larger size, they prey on fish such as smelt, anchovies , lamprey, shad and salmon.