any of various flat, disklike sea urchins, as Mellita testudinata or Echinarachnius parma, that live on sandy bottoms off the coasts of the U.S.
any of various flattened disclike echinoderms of the order Clypeasteroida, of shallow North American coastal waters: class Echinoidea (sea urchins)
noun 1. sand lance. 2. New Zealand. sandfish (def 2). noun 1. any silvery eel-like marine spiny-finned fish of the family Ammodytidae found burrowing in sand or shingle Popular name launce
noun 1. Tessa. born 1956, British javelin-thrower: won gold at the 1984 Olympics
[sand-floh-tid] /ˈsændˌfloʊ tɪd/ adjective, Building Trades. 1. noting an exterior wall finish composed of mortar rubbed with sand and floated when it has partly set.
noun, Pathology. 1. a usually mild viral disease occurring in hot, dry areas, characterized by fever, eye pain, and sometimes a rash, transmitted by sandflies of the genus Phlebotomus. sandfly fever sand·fly fever (sānd’flī’) n. See phlebotomus fever.