Examples of jellyfish in a Sentence
a jellyfish who was afraid to tell her boss that her latest brainstorm was just plain bad
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Upstairs, above the VizStudio and the jellyfish breeding lab, hundreds of CalAcademy visitors shuffled into their seats beneath the dome.
Walker helmed the creation of puppets representing sea creatures such as jellyfish, stingrays and turtles, which will be placed on stage and throughout the auditorium.
Meanwhile, jellyfish float, bubbles rise, Picasso and Klee turn up, fireworks explode, drums beat and cymbals sound. As if suddenly, nine minutes have passed.
This season's designs incorporate humpback whales and jellyfish swimming among herring.
Sean was holding me in the warm, shallow water off Ko Pha Ngan when the jellyfish wrapped around his legs below me.
Leatherback turtles are nature’s U-boats, 1,500-pound reptiles that can dive to depths of more than half a mile, snatch a jellyfish and stay submerged for more than an hour before resurfacing.
Adding to that curiosity is the fact that the plot involves some sort of jellyfish.
The multi-level atrium features a massive series of LED screens that transport you from under the sea (think corals and jellyfish) to far away places.
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JELLYFISH Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of jellyfish for English Language Learners
: a sea animal that has a very soft body and that can sting
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