Examples of coral in a Sentence
brightly colored fishes swimming among the coral
Recent Examples of coral from the Web
That’s beneficial to the region’s coral reefs and sea grass.
Yara Shahidi looked elegant in a coral lace embroidered dress with a leather belt from the brand’s spring/summer 2017 haute couture collection.
This fall, Baker and Lirman were preparing to stress and plant corals off Key Biscayne.
Transplant or direct-seed several flowers, including snapdragon, candytuft, lilies, astilbe, larkspur, Shasta and painted daisies, stocks, bleeding heart and coral bells.
How did the Maldives, an archipelago made up of more than 1,000 coral islands in the Indian Ocean, unravel?
If the soil composition is right, something called a fulgurite can also be created — fused soil that looks like coral.
Pale lips look great in cherry red or coral (try Sephora Collection #Lipstories Lipstick in 22 A Little Magic).
After realizing that the specimen was a type of egg casing, Shank deposited the coral into a five-gallon bucket.
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Origin and Etymology of coral
First Known Use: 14th centurySee Words from the same year
CORAL Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of coral for English Language Learners
: a hard material formed on the bottom of the sea by the skeletons of small creatures
: an orange pink color
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