Definition of seashell in English:

seashell

Syllabification: sea·shell
Pronunciation: /ˈsēˌSHel
 
/

noun

The shell of a marine mollusk.
More example sentences
  • The little girl was fussing and crying, ‘But I want my shells, my shells, my seashells.’
  • The grave also contained offerings such as ochre and flint tools, axes, and seashells.
  • Some of the spirals found in Nature include seashells, animal horns, coiled snakes and creeping vines, among other things.

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