Jellyfish (noun)

  1. A marine invertebrate of the phylum Cnidaria, typically having a bell-shaped body and long, trailing tentacles.
  2. A translucent, gelatinous creature that lives in saltwater and has a bell-shaped body and long, stinging tentacles.

Origin:

The word jellyfish is a compound word formed from "jelly" and "fish" which was first used in the early 18th century.

Examples:

  1. We saw a jellyfish while snorkeling.
  2. The jellyfish pulsated as it drifted through the water.
  3. The jellyfish's venomous tentacles can cause a painful sting.
  4. The jellyfish was drifting aimlessly in the current.
  5. Jellyfish are found in all oceans of the world.
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