Examples of coral in a Sentence
brightly colored fishes swimming among the coral
Recent Examples of coral from the Web
And warmer tones like apricot, orange and coral are especially enchanting on brown skin.
Doubilet recently answered questions about his work while in French Polynesia, just before a mission to photograph sharks and coral at the Fakarava Atoll.
Leaves are big and bold, emerging with brilliant yellow, orange, copper and coral tones.
Plankton and bacteria burned through most of the ocean's oxygen, leaving little for fish and the corals that left giant reefs behind.
From the tourism that generates 37% of all jobs on this idyllic chain of coral islands to the quality of the tuna eaten there for three meals a day, their future hinges on clean seas.
When that oil rig exploded in April 2010, nearly 3.2 million barrels of oil spilled into the Gulf, harming animals, marine life and coral.
Its corals have been decimated by the suffocating clouds of sand and sediment churned up by speedboats.
Head to Head is a bright coral pink and, according to the winemakers, features intense, complex red fruit aromas dominated by apple and cherry notes.
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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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