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barnacle a small sea animal that attaches its shell to rocks, the bottom of ships, docks, and other objects in shallow parts of the ocean. Barnacles float freely in the ocean when they are young. They develop shells with sharp edges as adults. Barnacles are kinds of crustaceans.
basin an open, shallow bowl used to hold water for washing. [1/2 definitions]
bedpan a shallow pan used as a toilet by a person who cannot get out of bed.
deep having great space below or behind a certain point; reaching far down or back; not shallow. [1/7 definitions]
ford a shallow place in a river or other body of water that can be crossed without a boat or raft. [1/2 definitions]
lagoon a shallow body of salt water by the sea. A lagoon is separated from the sea by sandbars, coral reefs, or islands. [1/2 definitions]
nick a shallow cut or chip in a surface. [2 definitions]
oyster a small animal with a soft body and a hard shell in two pieces. Oysters have a rough shell with a very shiny inside, where pearls sometimes grow. Oysters live in shallow ocean water. They are mollusks and are closely related to clams and mussels. People eat some kinds of oysters.
pan an open, shallow metal container for cooking or baking. [1/4 definitions]
platter a large shallow dish used for serving food.
puddle a small, shallow pool of water. [2 definitions]
saucer a small, shallow dish used for holding a cup.
shoal1 a shallow place in a river, ocean, or other body of water.
skillet a shallow pan with a long handle, used for frying food; frying pan.
spoon a tool with a small, shallow bowl at the end of a handle, used for eating, stirring, serving, or measuring. [1/3 definitions]
starfish a sea animal with a flat body and five or more arms. Starfish live in shallow parts of the ocean. They are carnivores that eat clams and other mollusks. They are also called sea stars.