Noun(1) any of numerous elongate mostly marine carnivorous fishes with heterocercal caudal fins and tough skin covered with small toothlike scales(2) a person who is ruthless and greedy and dishonest(3) a person who is unusually skilled in certain ways
Verb(1) play the shark; act with trickery(2) hunt shark
(1) Scott is the Roger Dodger of the film's title, a shark , a venomous, unpleasant, conniving, self-consciously chauvinistic pig.(2) And while this pool shark is one of the best, he's not what you think.(3) The upper lobe of the shark 's tail, however, is larger than the lower lobe.(4) The birth surprised researchers, as the mother had not been in contact with a male shark for six years.(5) However, if you take the time to get to know her, you'll quickly realize that there's much more than meets the eye beneath the surface of this pool shark .(6) We tied a rope to the tail of the shark and put it on the hook of the caterpillar machine.(7) Preston, a pool shark , once beat singer Willie Nelson for $300,000 in dominoes.(8) In the process, the shark also takes the old man's harpoon and rope.(9) a pool shark(10) If you can work in scoring with the pool shark 's wife, you're a true master of revenge.(11) He examines a rack of bars like a pool shark choosing a new cue.(12) This shark feeds primarily on bony fishes such as parrot, trigger, squirrel, surgeon, damsel and goat fishes as well as eels.(13) He has sprinter's speed, a card shark 's confidence and playmaker's knack for action.(14) How did a shark in a Detroit aquarium give birth if she hadn't been near a male for six years?(15) A pool shark can hit a ball with a cue and predict with relative certainty where a whole bunch of balls will go on the table.(16) This shark has a very slender body and a characteristic long tail.