Crab [noun]

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Sentence/Example of Crab:

However, he lets shellfish, such as crab or shrimp, sit on the kitchen counter for too long, in my opinion.

She can watch the sunset on the Chesapeake and catch crabs off her dock.

Despite the name, they are not real crabs, so they’re not crustaceans.

You can’t throw a net without snaring a crab cake in Washington.

Their eight powerful limbs can pluck crusty crabs from hiding spots.

Eggs found in the mouth of a deep-sea fish species, Parazen pacificus, belonged to a species of crab — not the fish, a reanalysis of the eggs confirmed.

That’s because ants are distant cousins of crabs and other crustaceans, which generally have mineralized exoskeletons.

When I was a kid, my mom and dad let me splash around the creek trying to catch minnows and small crabs.

It’s still going to be more profitable for them than basically trying to bleed blood out of a crab.

Special tight-mesh crab nets are sold in coastal areas for this purpose.