Answers contain Fish

All the answers contain "fish". Based on the clues, guess what they are.
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Last updated: December 4, 2019
First submittedDecember 31, 2012
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Clue
Answer
Nemo's species
Clownfish
British dish served with fries
Fish and Chips
Small pond hotshot
Big Fish
McDonald's sandwich
Filet-o-Fish
Common orange-colored pet fish
Goldfish
Fugu
Pufferfish
Albacore or bluefin, e.g.
Tunafish
Five-armed sea creature
Starfish
Roe
Fish Eggs
Supplement rich
in omega-3 fatty acids
Fish Oil
Clue
Answer
What a fish uses to climb a dam
Fish Ladder
John Travolta movie
Swordfish
It's easy as shooting ...
Fish in a Barrel
Sea creature with stinging tentacles
Jellyfish
Common name of the Ichthys symbol
Jesus Fish
When a person gets whacked they ...
Sleep with the Fishes
Whiskered, bottom-feeding fish
Catfish
Female fishmonger
Fishwife
Relative of squids and octopus
Cuttlefish
Universal translator from
Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy
Babel Fish
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Level 16
Dec 30, 2012
sea star?
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Level 52
Dec 30, 2012
That doesn't contain the word "fish".
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Level 54
Dec 30, 2012
Only missed 3 but really shuffed that the Hitchhikers Guide is in there!
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Level 60
Dec 30, 2012
spelled filet wrong
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Level 72
May 18, 2016
Depends if you pronounce it in the French way (fil-ay) or like we do in Aus, Fill-et
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Level 72
Oct 2, 2016
But it's a French word. Aussies really pronounce it FILL-ǝt? You guys are so wacky. ;-)
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Level 77
Feb 17, 2018
I've only ever heard it pronounced fill-it in the UK as well.
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Level 82
Feb 8, 2020
@samiamco It was always fish fillets, T firmly in place, in the U.S. until MacDonald's put on airs with their new fish sandwich in the '70s. You've maybe witnessed this again with people starting to pronounce frappe as frappay, a la Macca's. Another example along those lines is pronouncing forte as fortay.
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Level 58
Dec 30, 2012
only got 8 correct. cuttlefish was like on the tip of my tongue but it just didn't pop up. its weird because i did better on this quiz than the other "Answer Contains ^" quizzes. finally, i agree with rachel24601. sea star doesn not have the word fish in it!!!!
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Level 82
Feb 8, 2020
Maybe a 5th exclamation point would've convinced somebody that starfish isn't a legitimate word. Probably not.
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Level 41
Dec 30, 2012
6.
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Level 71
Dec 30, 2012
Nitpicking: the verb does not agree with the subject in the name of this quiz
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Level 88
Dec 31, 2012
Agreed, really should be 'Answers contains fish.' ;)
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Level ∞
Dec 31, 2012
Fixed
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Level 20
Jan 2, 2013
Can you accept Fillet-o-fish, even though it is spelt correctly?
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Level 75
Jan 27, 2013
Can you accept fillet o fish without the hyphens and with two Ls? I was typing everything I could think of.
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Level ∞
Apr 20, 2014
Okay, I'll allow "Fillet" now, instead of just "Filet".
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Level 44
May 31, 2014
I'm kind of surprised the babel fish is so low - even those unfamiliar with Hitchhiker's should know the common online translators are called babel fish.
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Level 79
Mar 4, 2015
Never heard of them. Sorry.
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Level 77
Oct 10, 2015
I only know it because I've read Hitchhiker's Guide. I can't imagine how I might have known it otherwise.
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Level 83
Sep 16, 2014
Was hoping for "A Fish Called Wanda". :-)
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Level 72
Oct 2, 2016
…and Hootie and the Blowfish!
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Level 74
Oct 7, 2014
Ha! I had no idea how fish climbed dams, so I put fish ladder as a joke. Happy days!
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Level 72
May 18, 2016
The term "tunafish" annoys me - can't people just say "tuna"
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Level 82
Feb 8, 2020
Tastes better than trashy codfish anyway.
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Level 71
Nov 28, 2016
The fish and chips question is badly worded- you don't have fish and chips served with fries, you either have fish served with fries or fish and chips. Chips=fries. Wasn't sure for a (potentially) vital moment what was expected- if the answer was battered fish or something it would be more logical.
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Level 52
Oct 21, 2018
yes silly clue/answer combo...i agree with zaba... its tautology
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Level 83
Jan 20, 2017
I've heard swim and feed used with fishes as well.

http://idioms.thefreedictionary.com/swim+with+the+fishes

http://idioms.thefreedictionary.com/fed+the+fishes

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Level 66
Dec 10, 2017
I have no idea what the clue about about getting whacked means, but if I were driving down the highway and a car whacked into me and it was raining then I might fishtail....
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Level 69
Jul 22, 2018
It's from "The Godfather". I missed it though because I thought 'whacked' meant hit rather than killed.
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Level 67
Aug 30, 2019
Same I first thought of beeing slapped. But I got it, but by thinking of fishses and only after getting the answer I saw ow yea I guess whacked sometimes is used for killing apparently.

Maybe "iced" or "offed" works better? Or just work the word mobster/maffia in there.

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Level 81
Aug 26, 2018
Darn. Was really hoping "fishmongress" was a word.
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Level 53
Mar 21, 2019
fishwife? wuts that
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Level 43
Apr 25, 2019
Tuna is a fish but it is often incorrectly called a TUNAFISH. You don't call it a catfishfish, clownfishfish, dolphinfishfish, cuttlefishfish, cowbovine, tigercat, falconbird, or a wolfdog.
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Level 67
Aug 30, 2019
but you do call it a cuttlefish and not a cuttle though ;)
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Level 82
Feb 8, 2020
It's been called that longer than your dictionary's been around I'm willing to bet.
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Level 67
Aug 30, 2019
Ahem for ladder I tried elevator first (who knows, there are several things to help animals cross places). But then I thought, well they use FISHPOWER, obviously ! :D and for the hiitchhiker, I remembered something about a fish and think it went in your ear, so tried earfish and brain.
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Level 72
Dec 30, 2019
Do you reckon fish n' chips could be accepted?
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Level 47
Aug 17, 2020
Fish wife? come at me brah