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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishfishwifefish‧wife /ˈfɪʃwaɪf/ noun (plural fishwives /-waɪvz/) [countable] especially British English  WOMANan insulting word for a woman who shouts a lot and is often in a bad temper
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fishwifeWhen anyone attempted to move them or clean up, she screamed at them like a fishwife.The fishwives pack up at lunchtime.
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