Examples of coral in a Sentence
brightly colored fishes swimming among the coral
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Off the Texas coast, this would have inundated ancient coral reefs.
This cult favorite comes with 18 tasty shades of coral, brown and plum, in matte and shimmer.
Students love the ability to swim through coral reefs and explore the circulatory system inside the human body, places a normal school field trip could never take them.
The Petoskey stone genera of corals are found in Iowa, Indiana, Illinois, Ohio, New York, Canada, Germany, England and Asia.
To access the main house and living area, one traverses the pool via blocks of coral that seem to float above the water.
The Danish biologist surrendered the hunt only after his ship was torn to pieces on a Caribbean coral reef.
Yacht Lyfe is an Orgasm-like dupe with less coral in it.
The efforts to document the Great Barrier Reef come as global warming pushes sea temperatures higher, endangering the reef's coral.
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Origin and Etymology of coral
First Known Use: 14th centurySee Words from the same year
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