Adjective "piscatorial" definition and examples

Pronunciation

/ˌpɪskəˈtɔːrɪəl/

Definitions and examples

adjective

Of or concerning fishermen or fishing.
  1. 'I am often amazed at the social status, or lack thereof, that surrounds those who have followed the path of piscatorial adventure.'
  2. 'I get out the skillet, add some oil, prepare some seasoned flour, dredge the fish, and prepare our piscatorial feast.'
  3. 'I remember quite clearly the day when my infant piscatorial thoughts turned from small creatures to fantasies of slightly larger prey.'

Definitions

1. of or relating to fishermen or fishing: a piscatory treaty.

2. devoted to or dependent upon fishing: a piscatory people; piscatory birds.

More examples(as adjective)

"societies can be piscatorial."

"preparations can be piscatorial."

"matters can be piscatorial."

"epistleses can be piscatorial."

"ancestors can be piscatorial."

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Origin

(piscatory)Early 19th century: from Latin piscatorius ‘relating to fishing’ (from piscator ‘fisherman’, from piscis ‘fish’) + -al.