Conch (k ngks) or conch·es (k n ch z)
1. Any of various tropical marine gastropod mollusks, especially of the genera Strombus and Cassis, having large, often brightly colored spiral shells and edible flesh.
2. The shell of one of these gastropod mollusks, used as an ornament, in making cameos, or as a horn.
3. Anatomy See concha.
USE in a SENTENCE: Allie "CONCHED" herself when we went to the beach.
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