|shell of cuttlefish||cuttlebone|
|(also mollusc) invertebrate animal with a soft body and a hard shell (i.e. oysters, mussels, snails, cuttlefish, etc.), clam, slug, or octopus||mollusk|
|(Automative) type of of vehicle construction in which the body is united with the frame and machinery; type of construction in which the outer layer absorbs all or most of the stress, integrated car design, metal outer shell||monocoque|
|(French) edible snail usually served in its shell with a garlic and butter sauce, snail used as food||escargot|
|(Informal) turbine engine; turbocharger; automobile equipped with a turbocharger, mollusk with spiral shell, motored by a turbine; capable of performing an action quicker than normal (Informal)||turbo|
|a chambered and coiled ammonoid (an extinct mollusk), explosive, extinct sea animal, fertilizer, fossilized ammonite shell||ammonite|
|act of firing, ask or say something rapidly, dash, direct something quickly, fire a weapon or projectile, fire a weapon; injure or kill a person or animal by gunfire; hunt; radiate, emit; film, photograph; launch a missile or artillery shell; germinate...||shoot|
|albumen, viscous liquid between yolk and shell||egg white|
|any gastropod of the genus Murex (located in tropical seas); type of shell which is used as a trumpet; purplish red color, spiny warm-water shellfish||murex|
|any mollusk from the class Cephalopoda, any mollusk with tentacles that directly attach to its head (such as the octopus and cuttlefish), octopus or similar marine animal||cephalopod|
|any of several species of terrestrial turtle, species of land-dwelling reptile with a hard dome-shaped shell, reptile with shell, slow mover, testudo||tortoise|
|appear as a large object, body of a ship; large ship, empty hull, move clumsily, shell of a structure, somebody big, unwieldy ship||hulk|
|apse or part of it, conch, outer ear (Anatomy), shell-shaped part of body||concha|
|artillery shell||star shell|
|artillery shell or bomb, explosive; something shocking, something that creates a sensation, stunning woman, surprising news||bombshell|
|artillery shell, excellent, fast, or loud, somebody or something excellent||whiz-bang; whizz-bang|
|attack with missiles, cannon that shot stone balls (Archaic), hit repeatedly, hit with high-energy particles, medieval cannon, overwhelm, shell, bomb||bombard|
|bake pieces of food in a liquid (often with a bread crumb topping), scallop, variety of bivalve shellfish with a fluted shell; one of a series of curved projections forming a border; furrowed or fluted pattern||escallop|
|be on crew, be on crew of, competitive sport of rowing in a racing shell, Crow, group of friends, group of people working together on an air or watercraft; team of people working together (i.e. on a stage, construction site, etc.); group of people on a...||crew|
|bean grown for seeds, seed of a shell bean plant||shell bean|
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