seashell

[ US /ˈsiˌʃɛɫ/ ]
[ UK /sˈiːʃɛl/ ]
NOUN
  1. the shell of a marine organism
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How To Use seashell In A Sentence

  • Gold's history as a safe haven goes back several thousand years, since it was first recognised as a currency, along with silk and seashells.
  • Stones, seashells, or fossils make good accessories.
  • The man in the ocher-colored robes sits cross-legged, eyes gently shut, palms half-open like seashells resting lightly on his knees.
  • Other crafts include basket making, palm weaving, and jewelry made from native coral and seashells.
  • Anyway, next is some mini beads, also from ELC, in seashell designs (being handwork, those will probably go on tonight while I watch House and Tuesday's CSI). Archive 2007-06-01
  • Put the diamond in a seashell , and present it to her on the beach.
  • The little Pan creatures, symbolic of Capricornus, blow from a seashell to allude further to the submersion. The Poet Prince
  • Volumes of spidery dressed hair piled up around a seashell grip.
  • Climbing vines, seashells, and animal horns may have been the initial inspiration for this decoration.
  • She could hear the faint sound that caves made — it was like holding a seashell to your ear, only in this case the seashell was a lot bigger, and she was standing inside — and, somewhere in the distance, Glory could hear the faint, definitive plashing of water. The Warslayer
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