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seashell

or sea shell

[ see-shel ]
/ ˈsiˌʃɛl /
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noun
the shell of any marine mollusk.
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Origin of seashell

before 900; Old English sǣscill (not recorded in Middle English ) see sea, shell
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British Dictionary definitions for seashell

seashell
/ (ˈsiːˌʃɛl) /

noun
the empty shell of a marine mollusc
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