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Any mollusk having such a covering.
One of the outer layers of skin of an onion.
The covering, or outside part, of a nut.
The accreted mineral formed around a hollow geode.
A hollow, usually spherical or cylindrical projectile fired from a siege mortar or a smoothbore cannon. It contains an explosive substance designed to be ignited by a fuse or by percussion at the target site so that it will burst and scatter at high velocity its contents and fragments. Formerly called a bomb.
1877, Burke O'Farrell, ''Proud as Lucifer: A Novel''
- Upstairs in that chill darkened room which nobody passes who can help it , the old Baronet lies in his coffin shell - an awful form faintly defined beneath the sheet
The thin coating of copper on an electrotype.
The watertight outer covering of the hull of a vessel, often made with planking or metal plating.
A light boat whose frame is covered with thin wood, impermeable fabric, or water-proofed paper; a racing shell or boat.
The outward form independent of what is inside.
The empty outward form of someone or something.
An emaciated person.
A psychological barrier to social interaction.
An system software interface, whose primary purpose is to launch other programs and control their interactions; the user's command interpreter. ''Shell'' is a way to separate the internal complexity of the implementation of the command from the user. The internals can change while the user experience/interface remains the same.
A legal entity that has no operations.
A person's ear.
''Can I have a quick word in your shell?''
To remove the outer covering or shell of something.
To off, as a shell, crust, etc.
''Nuts shell in falling.''
''Wheat or rye shells in reaping.''
To switch to a shell or line.
1993, Robin Nixon, ''The PC Companion'' (page 115)
- Automenu is a good program to try, and offers a fair amount of protection - but, unfortunately, it's one of those systems that allow users to shell to DOS.
To form shallow, irregular cracks (in a coating).
To form a shelling.