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Things whale often describes (“whale ________”)
boat, oil, fishery, boats, bone, ship, ships, watching, fishing, fishers, watch, hunting, fisheries, meat, tooth, blubber, back, catchers, hunters, bones, line, hunter, fins, fish, hunt, watchers, lines, shark, road, myoglobin, catcher, birds, path, steak, skin, lice, killer, bird, lance, boy, teeth, fisher, sharks, catching, ribs, backs, fishermen, louse, food, spouts, spout, chasers, factory, chase, killing, hunts, vessels, hole, chaser, ivory, oils, fifhery, song, dragon, flesh, gun, tlingit, watcher, fleet, fishes, feed, cruisers, pen, calf, hater, spades, fisherman, island, dolphin, fall, killers, naturalists, horse, tribe, beef, liver, headed, jaws

Descriptive words:
white, blue, right, great, gray, dead, humpback, large, sperm, beached, beaked, huge, bowhead, stranded, young, big, southern, black, single, giant, female, enormous, largest, northern, foot, finback, beluga, harpooned, male, false, mighty, toothed, bottlenose, grey, finned, wounded, nosed, gigantic, headed, occasional, stricken, sized, killer, ton, monstrous, atlantic, piked, bottom, backed, humpbacked, live, lone, bottlenosed, grown, sick, biggest, rare, fin, immense, fossil, putrid, stuffed, captive, pigmy, fat, angry, surfacing, barrel

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See whale used in context: 100+ rhymes, 7 Shakespeare works, 1 Mother Goose rhyme, several books and articles.

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