[ US /ˈdʒɛɫiˌfɪʃ/ ]
[ UK /d‍ʒˈɛlɪfɪʃ/ ]
NOUN
  1. any of numerous usually marine and free-swimming coelenterates that constitute the sexually reproductive forms of hydrozoans and scyphozoans
  2. large siphonophore having a bladderlike float and stinging tentacles
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How To Use jellyfish In A Sentence

  • Chandler said the surf got enormous on a weekend, bringing in the monster numbers of moon jellyfish (technically known as aurelia aurita). Oregon Coast Travel, Tourism, Science, Entertainment News - Breaking News from the Oregon Coast
  • All jellyfish have stinging tentacles to catch food but these moon jellies have only a short fringe along their outer edge. The Sun
  • Then there's the famous glow-in-the-dark rabbit, created by an artist using a fluorescent jellyfish gene.
  • Perhaps because the search for more efficient egg production now involves jellyfish genes. Times, Sunday Times
  • The body of an adult jellyfish is a bell-shaped, jellylike substance enclosing its internal structure, from which the creature's tentacles suspend.
  • Plastic bags when filled with water resemble jellyfish, the turtle's staple diet.
  • Iodic much consist in is marine in using a plant, wait to contain rich iodine like shrimp of sea fish, sea, jellyfish, kelp, laver.
  • Quite what a flying jellyfish looks like as it impacts the faceplate of your snorkel mask is still a mystery to me, but they seemed to be enjoying it.
  • There are rainforest walks, 4WD excursions, bird safaris and a pool - crucial, as stinger jellyfish mean you can't swim in the sea for half the year.
  • Known also as the sea wasp and the marine stinger, box jellyfish have killed about 65 people in the past century.
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