[kroun-uh v-joo-uh lz] /ˈkraʊn əvˈdʒu əlz/
noun, plural crown-of-jewels.
an annual herb, Lopezia coronata, of Mexico, having lilac-colored flowers with a red base.
noun 1. a climbing spurge, Euphorbia milii splendens, of Madagascar, having stems covered with spines. 2. . 3. a painful burden, as of suffering, guilt, anxiety, etc.: from the wreath of thorns placed on Jesus’ head to mock Him before He was crucified. Matt. 27:29; Mark 15:17; John 19:2, 5. noun 1. a starfish, Acanthaster […]
- Crown-of-thorns starfish
[kroun-uh v-thawrnz] /ˈkraʊn əvˈθɔrnz/ noun 1. a starfish, Acanthaster planci, that feeds on living coral polyps, causing erosion and destruction of coral reefs.
[kroun-pees] /ˈkraʊnˌpis/ noun 1. the strap of a bridle that fits across the head of a horse. /ˈkraʊnˌpiːs/ noun 1. the piece forming or fitting the top of something 2. the strap of a bridle that goes over a horse’s head behind the ears
noun 1. a village in NE New York, on Lake Champlain: the site of a strategic fort in the French and Indian and the Revolutionary wars. 2. a town in NW Indiana.