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lobsterlob‧ster /ˈlɒbstə $ ˈlɑːbstər/ ●●○ noun  1 lobster.jpg [countable]HBF a sea animal with eight legs, a shell, and two large claws2 [uncountable]DFF the flesh of a lobster, which is eaten
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lobsterPersonally, I would need a lobster or two.He insisted the fisheries officers were doing their duty by removing illegal lobster traps.And the one and one-quarter pound lobster is super sweet.That could reduce lobster reproduction in the area of the spill.I had to stuff the second lobster in the pot, which was too small.Accident the mushrooms, the lobster.In the case of the lobster this is the usual story.After that, you lobster for the rest of your life.
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