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Definition of "shelly" [shell•y]

  • Composed of the shells of dead marine creatures (adjective)
  • Resembling, or comprising, the shell of a mollusc (adjective)
  • Abounding with shells. (adjective)

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Use "shelly" in a sentence
  • "March 21st, 2010 at 6: 16 pm tombaker says: crazy shelly is “pro-stitute”. and her johns are all creepy, icky old dudes. eeeeewwwwwwww."
  • "At the hospital, she did write down the word "shelly" and when asked if she meant Sheckles, she shook her head yes."
  • "The fossils, which were described as "shelly" and are believed to have bellowed to primitive sponge-like creatures that dwelled in ocean reefs, were unearthed below 635 million year old South Australian glacial deposits."