conch[ kongk, konch ]SEE DEFINITION OF conch
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CONCH
They caught the Black Eagle at anchor in Conch that evening.
At Conch, by this time, the mail-boat would be due on the southward trip.
A conch shell was kept at the spring, some distance from the house.
Paul started to his feet from the conch on which he had thrown himself.
No,” said Thérèse, from the conch, “I will go nowhere with you.
Among the effects placed in your sea chest you will find a conch shell.
It has been ground down and repolished, apparently, from the conch.
It is that of a purple murex; and yonder larger one on the desk is a conch.
Just at day-break the Conch gave the command to put out the fire.
"It cannot last much longer," declared the Conch, confidently.