sea whip

sea whip
noun Date: 1775 any of various gorgonian corals with elongated flexible unbranched or little-branched whiplike colonies

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  • Sea whip — (Zo[ o]l.) A gorgonian having a simple stem. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • sea whip — n. any of several gorgonians with the axial skeleton branched, forming long, whiplike colonies …   English World dictionary

  • sea whip — noun : a gorgonian with an elongated flexible unbranched or little branched axis * * * a gorgonian coral that forms a flexible colony resembling shrubbery on the ocean floor. [1825 35] * * * sea whip, a gorgonian coral of slender, straight, or… …   Useful english dictionary

  • sea whip — a gorgonian coral that forms a flexible colony resembling shrubbery on the ocean floor. [1825 35] * * * ▪ coral  any of several genera of corals of the order Gorgonacea (phylum Cnidaria), characterized by a long, whiplike growth and a variety of… …   Universalium

  • sea whip — /ˈsi wɪp/ (say see wip) noun a gorgonian coral with a flexible axis …   Australian English dictionary

  • sea whip coral — noun Any of a group of cnidarians, of the order Gorgonacea, that form flexible colonies with few branches …   Wiktionary

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  • whip up — 1) PHRASAL VERB If someone whips up an emotion, especially a dangerous one such as hatred, or if they whip people up into an emotional state, they deliberately cause and encourage people to feel that emotion. [V P n (not pron)] He accused… …   English dictionary

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