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seashell

the empty shell of a marine mollusc

seashell

[′sē‚shel]
(invertebrate zoology)
The shell of a marine invertebrate, especially a mollusk.
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One cloudy day I took a walk and started picking up seashells.
WATER WORLD: Parents and children inside the seashell tent.
Buckley will be responsible for driving the distribution of brands such as Guylian Seashells, Opus and La Trufflina.
PARTY TIME: Wizardy Woo entertains youngsters and helpers during the 20th anniversary celebrations at Seashell playgroup.
I Sea Horses Bath Play: Take the 6 loveable characters into the tub with matching seashell bath mitts.
Experiments illustrate how to mimic the Gulf Stream in a bathtub, craft a seashell Valentine box as sailors once did, make fossil tracings, and fold an origami whale.
To enhance the warm feelings of the season, Snapfish users can also choose from dozens of seasonal and other vacation themed photo borders, including beach, seashell and fall foliage designs.
A seashell lay among the child's bones, which bore the stains of an intentionally applied red pigment.
If the theme is the beach, a seashell could be used as a charm for bridesmaid necklaces, shell-shaped chocolates can be given as favors and add seashells and sand to centerpieces.
A 7-ounce box of chocolate seashell candies filled with hazelnut cream; $2.
For beach lovers, the seashell symbolizes sand, surf and sun.