Shell after shell smashed into the fort.
He has come out of his shell.
The shell is a snail's house.
Throw out those eggshells before they start to smell.
‘He seemed curiously absent, as if the Will I knew had gone on a brief trip somewhere else and left only a shell.’
Life is not an empty shell.
Our city was shelled many times during the war.
the snail has shell
Another shell came through the wall of the house next door.
Bright shell of the sky
The rebels shelled the government building.
A shell exploded right beside him.
The turtle is carrying a pile of bowls on its shell
He held the shell to his ear and could hear the sound of the sea.
Steve had to shell out $50.00 for the speeding ticket he got last week.
Angielskie słowo "kabuk" (shell) występuje w zestawach:body language