from The Century Dictionary.
- noun A jellyfish; a sea-blubber.
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To burst into sight, gather force, to flash and slowly vanish — such is the sum of life of a speck of sea-jelly.
Marucha served wine, bread, a cold mince of meat, fruit, and sea-jelly.
None but the transcendent and mounting qualities of our elements, and the generative day which makes the surf dazzling, and draws the passionate azure of the bugloss from hot and arid sand, and makes the blobs of sea-jelly in the pools expand like flowers, and ripens the clouds, nothing but the indestructible essence of life, life uplifted and dominant, shows now in this world of the bay.
To burst into sight, gather force, to flash and slowly vanish -- such is the sum of life of a speck of sea-jelly.