Examples of coral in a Sentence
brightly colored fishes swimming among the coral
Recent Examples of coral from the Web
Since 2009, her team had been traveling to the coral reefs of the Florida Keys.
The report details how even small increases in temperature can lead to drastically longer heat waves, more intense storms, and the more rapid collapse of coral reefs, which are a lifeblood of our oceans—
As a result of the trip, Phares can identify different types of sharks, such as Caribbean, black tip and reef sharks, as well as other varieties of fish and coral.
The look features bright coral eyeshadow covering the eyelid, a fuchsia shade in the crease, and a swipe of fluorescent yellow eyeliner on the outside half of the eye and right under the brow.
The stunning island is known for its forested volcanic mountains, iconic rice paddies, white sand beaches, and colorful coral reefs.
Grevillea: Beautiful needlelike foliage is accented with stunning clusters of coral-red flowers which attract hummingbirds.
What do humans and corals (and numerous other marine creatures) have in common?
The furniture is a mix of crisp white sofas and club chairs, a few old Swedish pieces, anonymous early American paintings, chunks of coral that could pass for Urs Fischer sculptures, and lots and lots of seashells.
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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
CORAL Defined for Kids
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