Recent Examples of starfish from the Web
Lines are not required to respect preexisting political boundaries; districts are permitted to cut across existing political boundaries in a variety of ways and can end up resembling amoebas or starfish.
Separated by the condiments, the mollusk looked not unlike a starfish, its crust smoky and ever-so-slightly crunchy, the fish itself chewy but not overly so.
The aquarium is open with free parking until 4 p.m. Included is a starfish kids' craft and a red-white-and-blue scavenger hunt.
For freedivers willing to brave colder waters, Nimmo Bay Wilderness Resort in Great Bear Rainforest in British Columbia, Canada, takes guests on guided ocean freedives to see box crabs, starfish and edible sea urchins.
Most of the Gulf is a barren desert, empty sand and little else but jellyfish and starfish.
Her Resort 2018 collection, which will be available for pre-order on Moda Operandi from July 15, marks the label‘s official launch, with dreamy dresses and separates inspired by Brittle starfish.
Animals like the starfish or the gecko may be best known for their rapid limb regeneration, but deer are actually among the fastest organ-growers in the animal kingdom.
Kyla Pokorny's favorite color – with starfish and dragonfly decorations atop.
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First Known Use of starfish
STARFISH Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of starfish for English Language Learners
: a sea animal that has five arms and that looks like a star
STARFISH Defined for Kids
Definition of starfish for Students
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