noun, plural (especially collectively) jel·ly·fish, (especially referring to two or more kinds or species) jel·ly·fish·es.
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He’s out on the beach over a ball, near those wooden picket beach fences, on a downslope toward the waves and jellyfish.At a breezy PGA, normalcy beckoned — in the galleries, if not the top of the leader board|Chuck Culpepper|May 21, 2021|Washington Post
The evidence for sleep in creatures with minimal nervous systems seemed to reach a new high about five years ago with studies of jellyfish.Sleep Evolved Before Brains. Hydras Are Living Proof.|Veronique Greenwood|May 18, 2021|Quanta Magazine
The way these ornamental structures appear to flow out like tentacles in the images of wild larvae suggests the larvae could be jellyfish mimics, say the study authors.Dazzling underwater photos capture new views and scientific detail of fish larvae|Devin A. Reese|March 30, 2021|Science News
Strange radio emissions from a distant galaxy cluster take the shape of a gigantic jellyfish, complete with head and tentacles.
Moreover, the cosmic jellyfish emits only the lowest radio frequencies and can’t be detected at higher frequencies.
His first feature film, Jellyfish Eyes, debuted last year and was set in a town near a threatening nuclear power plant.
In April, Murakami released his film Jellyfish Eyes, inspired by “a manga called GeGeGe no Kitaro” from the 1960s.
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.
"He is a fair sample of some of the human jellyfish I have found hidden away in odd corners on this coast," stated Captain Mayo.Blow The Man Down|Holman Day
The children's mother told them that the whale is the largest of all animals, and that it lives on little jellyfish.Stories of California|Ella M. Sexton
By the time he was twenty-seven the only living thing that could be said to have served him as a model was the jellyfish.
Now the jellyfish pursues a most amiable theory of life, being harmless, humorous, and decorative.
Perhaps because, after all, no man ever quite achieves complete resemblance to a jellyfish.