puffers

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tetraodontidae
porcupine puffers
plural form of porcupine puffer
puffer
An inhaler
puffer
A car left idling to warm up, emitting steam from the rear
puffer
A finite pattern that moves like a spaceship but leaves a trail of debris
puffer
Someone or something that puffs
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A train; a locomotive
puffer
{n} one who puffs, a boaster, a deceiver
puffer
A kier
puffer
Any plectognath fish which inflates its body, as the species of Tetrodon and Diodon; called also blower, puff-fish, swellfish, and globefish
puffer
One who is employed by the owner or seller of goods sold at suction to bid up the price; a by-bidder
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The common, or harbor, porpoise
puffer
any of several poisonous fish, of the family Tetraodontidae, which have the ability to puff themselves up when in danger
puffer
One who puffs; one who praises with noisy or extravagant commendation
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any of numerous marine fishes whose elongated spiny body can inflate itself with water or air to form a globe; several species contain a potent nerve poison; closely related to spiny puffers
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delicacy that is highly dangerous because of a potent nerve poison in ovaries and liver
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{i} any species of fish which inflates its body with water until it is spherical (as a form of self-defense)
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or blowfish Any of about 90 species (family Tetraodontidae) of fishes that, when disturbed, inflate themselves into a globular shape with air or water. Most species occur in warm and temperate seas worldwide; some occur in brackish or fresh water. Puffers have tough, usually prickly, skin; their fused teeth form a beaklike structure, split in the center of each jaw. The largest grow to 3 ft (90 cm) long, but most are considerably smaller. Though they contain a lethal toxin, they are sometimes eaten, especially in Japan, where puffers (called fugu) are prepared by a specially trained chef
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