cull
 n.— «McAleney said he gave the group a wholesale rate because they were buying so much and because the lobsters were “culls”—the term for a lobster with a missing claw—which are less valuable on the retail market.» —“Dealer: Buyers intended to liberate 300 lobsters” by Edward D. Murphy Portland Press Herald (Maine) Apr. 11, 2007. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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