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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishfishbowlfish‧bowl /ˈfɪʃbəʊl $ -boʊl/ noun [countable]  1 a glass bowl that you can keep fish in2 a place or situation in which you cannot do anything in private Being in a small town like this is like living in a fishbowl.
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fishbowlThen I walked in and he had this thing in a big fishbowl sitting up on the table beside his bed.Two uniformed men sat inside an armour-glass fishbowl in the centre of the floor.He had never been comfortable in the fishbowl.We called it the fishbowl, for it was built of partitions, and the front of it was three-quarters glass.Where can she go for it on this fishbowl island?
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