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Meanings of Shuffled:

verb

Walk by dragging one's feet along or without lifting them fully from the ground.

Usage examples:

I stepped into my skis and shuffled to the edge of the steep slope
noun

A shuffling movement, walk, or sound.

Usage examples:

There was a shuffle of approaching feet

Shuffles

ˈʃʌf.əl

Meanings of Shuffles:

verb

Walk by dragging one's feet along or without lifting them fully from the ground.

Usage examples:

I stepped into my skis and shuffled to the edge of the steep slope
noun

A shuffling movement, walk, or sound.

Usage examples:

There was a shuffle of approaching feet

Shuffling

ˈʃʌf.əl

Meanings of Shuffling:

verb

Walk by dragging one's feet along or without lifting them fully from the ground.

Usage examples:

I stepped into my skis and shuffled to the edge of the steep slope
noun

The action of walking without lifting one's feet fully from the ground.

Usage examples:

I heard the sound of doors opening and then the noisy shuffling of feet
adjective

Not lifting the feet fully from the ground when walking.

Usage examples:

A shuffling old man

Shufti

ˈʃʊf.ti

Meanings of Shufti:

noun

To look at something quickly

Usage examples:

Can i have a shufti at your paper?

Shufty

ˈʃʊf.ti

Meanings of Shufty:

noun

To look at something quickly

Usage examples:

Can i have a shufti at your paper?

Shul

ʃuːl

Meanings of Shul:

noun

A synagogue.

Usage examples:

She could picture him in shul now

Shuls

ʃuːl

Meanings of Shuls:

noun

A synagogue.

Usage examples:

She could picture him in shul now

Shun

ʃʌn

Meanings of Shun:

verb

Persistently avoid, ignore, or reject (someone or something) through antipathy or caution.

Usage examples:

He shunned fashionable society

Meanings of Shunned:

adjective

Persistently avoided, ignored, or rejected.

Usage examples:

A shunned and lonely character
verb

Persistently avoid, ignore, or reject (someone or something) through antipathy or caution.

Usage examples:

He shunned fashionable society

Past simple and past participle of shun

Meanings of Shunning:

verb

Persistently avoid, ignore, or reject (someone or something) through antipathy or caution.

Usage examples:

He shunned fashionable society

Present participle of shun

Shunted

ʃʌnt

Meanings of Shunted:

verb

Push or pull (a train or part of a train) from the main line to a siding or from one line of rails to another.

Usage examples:

Their train had been shunted into a siding
noun

An act of pushing or shoving something.

Usage examples:

The engine turnround was helped by a gravity shunt

Shunter

ˈʃʌn.tər

Meanings of Shunter:

noun

A small locomotive used for shunting.

Usage examples:

The shunters seem to be engaged in a game of hide-and-seek with the trucks

Meanings of Shunters:

noun

A small locomotive used for shunting.

Usage examples:

The shunters seem to be engaged in a game of hide-and-seek with the trucks

Shunting

ʃʌnt

Meanings of Shunting:

verb

Push or pull (a train or part of a train) from the main line to a siding or from one line of rails to another.

Usage examples:

Their train had been shunted into a siding
noun

An act of pushing or shoving something.

Usage examples:

The engine turnround was helped by a gravity shunt

Meanings of Shunts:

verb

Push or pull (a train or part of a train) from the main line to a siding or from one line of rails to another.

Usage examples:

Their train had been shunted into a siding
noun

An act of pushing or shoving something.

Usage examples:

The engine turnround was helped by a gravity shunt

Meanings of Shush:

exclamation

Be quiet.

Usage examples:

Shush! do you want to wake everyone?
noun

A soft swishing or rustling sound.

Usage examples:

The ‘shush, shush, shush’ of a broom on the tent's groundsheet
verb

An utterance of ‘shush’.

Usage examples:

The thumps were followed by shushes from the aunts

Shushed

ʃʊʃ

Meanings of Shushed:

verb

Tell or signal (someone) to be silent.

Usage examples:

She shushed him with a wave
exclamation

Be quiet.

Usage examples:

Shush! do you want to wake everyone?
noun

An utterance of ‘shush

Usage examples:

The thumps were followed by shushes from the aunts

Shushes

ʃʊʃ

Meanings of Shushes:

noun

A soft swishing or rustling sound.

Usage examples:

The ‘shush, shush, shush’ of a broom on the tent's groundsheet
verb

An utterance of ‘shush’.

Usage examples:

The thumps were followed by shushes from the aunts
exclamation

Be quiet.

Usage examples:

Shush! do you want to wake everyone?

Shushing

ʃʊʃ

Meanings of Shushing:

noun

The action of telling or signalling someone to be silent.

Usage examples:

There was audible shushing amidst the crowd
verb

Tell or signal (someone) to be silent.

Usage examples:

She shushed him with a wave

Shuswap

ˈʃʊswɒp

Meanings of Shuswap:

noun

A member of an indigenous people of southern british columbia.

adjective

Relating to the shuswap or their language.

Shut

ʃʌt

Meanings of Shut:

verb

Move (something) into position so as to block an opening; close.

Usage examples:

Shut the window, please

Meanings of Shut away:

phrasal verb

Keep someone or something inside a place so as not to be seen or contacted by other people.

Usage examples:

Annabelle was shut away in the library for most of the day with a pile of books

Meanings of Shut down:

phrasal verb

Cease business or operation.

Usage examples:

The company has shut down after more than four decades in business

Shut in

ʃʌt

Meanings of Shut in:

phrasal verb

Keep someone or something inside a place by closing something such as a door.

Usage examples:

Her parents shut her in an upstairs room

Shut up

ʃʌt

Meanings of Shut up:

collocation

Cause to be quiet or not talk

phrasal verb

Close all doors and windows of a building or room, typically because it will be unoccupied for some time.

Usage examples:

Most of its stately rooms were shut up

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