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  • noun Plural form of seashell.

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Examples

  • The seashells are a nice touch, but the snowflakes really make it.

    Look Out, Germany

  • Eric had decorated his limited wall space with the kind of art you find in salad bar restaurants—pastel-toned prints of watercolor seashells with the exact word seashells written in script below in case you needed help figuring out what the picture was of.

    Hoopi Shoopi Donna

  • Eric had decorated his limited wall space with the kind of art you find in salad bar restaurants—pastel-toned prints of watercolor seashells with the exact word seashells written in script below in case you needed help figuring out what the picture was of.

    Hoopi Shoopi Donna

  • Eric had decorated his limited wall space with the kind of art you find in salad bar restaurants—pastel-toned prints of watercolor seashells with the exact word seashells written in script below in case you needed help figuring out what the picture was of.

    Hoopi Shoopi Donna

  • As for "seashells", as seashells are generally shells found while wandering the seashore, it seems reasonable for the sake of assisting the beachcombing public to identify their finds to include fringe species that can be found the same way, even if they don't actually live in the sea as such.

    Snails of the sea shore: neither aquatic nor terrestrial

  • Part of the program involved Darwin's journey to Australia and Asia, where he discovered natural anomalies such as seashells on mountaintops.

    ScienceBlogs Channel : Life Science

  • In the past, they've been known for incorporating a bevy of different weirdo instruments into their sessions such as seashells, but Lindsay says they got experimented in a different way this time.

    Spinner

  • Part of the program involved Darwin's journey to Australia and Asia, where he discovered natural anomalies such as seashells on mountaintops.

    ScienceBlogs Channel : Life Science

  • Various objects such as seashells, a construction barricade light and an egg slicer were also used.

    CMJ New Music News

  • These "postcards" are often objects such as seashells, fruits and vegetables, naked pictures and, on one occasion, a one pound bag of coffee.

    The Chronicle

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