noun, plural (especially collectively) jel·ly·fish, (especially referring to two or more kinds or species) jel·ly·fish·es.
Origin of jellyfish
Related Words for jellyfishjumpy, afraid, uncertain, concerned, suspicious, doubtful, uneasy, uptight, jittery, fearful, anxious, startled, panicky, unnerved, spooked, wimp, coward, crybaby, pushover, petrified
Examples from the Web for jellyfish
Contemporary Examples of jellyfish
His first feature film, Jellyfish Eyes, debuted last year and was set in a town near a threatening nuclear power plant.Takashi Murakami’s Art From Disaster
November 28, 2014
Fish are too smart, big, fast, and numerous for jellyfish to come anywhere close to getting an upper hand.
Does the abundance of jellyfish in the ocean pose a threat to us?
And so, quietly, notch by notch, jellyfish continue to inherit damaged ecosystems.
Jellyfish blooms are the visible evidence that something is out of balance.
Historical Examples of jellyfish
In fact, animals like jellyfish and worms are lungs all over.A Handbook of Health
Normally a jellyfish has its parts in four or multiples of four.
It is of interest to consider a common animal like the jellyfish Aurelia.
He was using the jellyfish as an example of a life form all but invisible.The Common Man
Guy McCord (AKA Dallas McCord Reynolds)
Just like jellyfish, they will not stand any rough handling.Ben Burton
W. H. G. Kingston