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Sheathe

ʃiːð

Meanings of Sheathe:

verb

Put (a weapon such as a knife or sword) into a sheath.

Usage examples:

I sheathed my dagger

Meanings of Sheathed:

verb

Put (a weapon such as a knife or sword) into a sheath.

Usage examples:

I sheathed my dagger

Meanings of Sheathes:

verb

Put (a weapon such as a knife or sword) into a sheath.

Usage examples:

I sheathed my dagger

Sheathing

ˈʃiː.ðɪŋ

Meanings of Sheathing:

noun

Protective casing or covering.

Usage examples:

We run each bit of riser through our fingers, checking visually and by feel for any cuts, snags or …
verb

Put (a weapon such as a knife or sword) into a sheath.

Usage examples:

I sheathed my dagger

Sheathlike

ˈʃiːθlʌɪk

Meanings of Sheathlike:

adjective

Resembling or characteristic of a sheath, especially in being narrow and close-fitting.

Usage examples:

A long, flowing sheathlike gown

Sheaths

ʃiːθ

Meanings of Sheaths:

noun

A close-fitting cover for the blade of a knife or sword.

Usage examples:

Drawing the sword free of the sheath she inspected the blade.

Meanings of Sheave:

verb

Another term for sheaf (verb).

noun

A wheel with a groove for a rope to run on, as in a pulley block.

Usage examples:

The notched wheel shape that is used in a pulley is actually called a sheave, which is more what i …

Sheaved

ʃiːv

Meanings of Sheaved:

verb

Another term for sheaf (verb).

noun

A wheel with a groove for a rope to run on, as in a pulley block.

Usage examples:

The notched wheel shape that is used in a pulley is actually called a sheave, which is more what i …

Sheaves

ʃiːv

Meanings of Sheaves:

noun

A bundle of grain stalks laid lengthways and tied together after reaping.

Usage examples:

A widespread custom, also designed to please the prophet and maximise crops, was to leave uncut on …
verb

Another term for sheaf (verb).

Meanings of Sheaving:

verb

Another term for sheaf (verb).

noun

A wheel with a groove for a rope to run on, as in a pulley block.

Usage examples:

The notched wheel shape that is used in a pulley is actually called a sheave, which is more what i …

Shebang

ʃɪˈbæŋ

Meanings of Shebang:

noun

A matter, operation, or set of circumstances.

Usage examples:

The mafia boss who's running the whole shebang

Shebangs

ʃɪˈbaŋ

Meanings of Shebangs:

noun

A matter, operation, or set of circumstances.

Usage examples:

The mafia boss who's running the whole shebang

Shebat

ˈsiːbat

Meanings of Shebat:

noun

(in the jewish calendar) the fifth month of the civil and eleventh of the religious year, usually coinciding with parts of january and february.

Usage examples:

Congregations plant trees and pursue agricultural projects on tu b'shevat, the 15th day of the hebr…

Meanings of Shebeen:

noun

(especially in ireland, scotland, and south africa) an unlicensed establishment or private house selling alcohol and typically regarded as slightly disreputable.

Usage examples:

There in the shebeen they sold poteen and punch while in the pubs, beer and spirits were available.

Shebeens

ʃɪˈbiːn

Meanings of Shebeens:

noun

(especially in ireland, scotland, and south africa) an unlicensed establishment or private house selling alcohol and typically regarded as slightly disreputable.

Usage examples:

There in the shebeen they sold poteen and punch while in the pubs, beer and spirits were available.

Shed

ʃɛd

Meanings of Shed:

noun

A simple roofed structure used for garden storage, to shelter animals, or as a workshop.

Usage examples:

A bicycle shed
verb

Park (a vehicle) in a depot.

Usage examples:

The buses were temporarily shedded in that depot

Meanings of Shed-light-on:

idiom

To help to explain a situation

Usage examples:

Experts hope the plane’s flight recorders will shed light on the cause of the crash.

Meanings of Shed-tears:

phrase

To allow tears or blood to flow

Usage examples:

She shed a few tears at her daughter's wedding., so much blood has been shed (= so many people have…

Shedded

ʃɛd

Meanings of Shedded:

verb

Park (a vehicle) in a depot.

Usage examples:

The buses were temporarily shedded in that depot
noun

A simple roofed structure used for garden storage, to shelter animals, or as a workshop.

Usage examples:

A bicycle shed

Meanings of Shedder:

noun

A person or thing that sheds something.

Usage examples:

Then you continue on in your hatefully superior day, you unctuous benevolent light shedder.

Shedders

ˈʃɛdə

Meanings of Shedders:

noun

A person or thing that sheds something.

Usage examples:

Then you continue on in your hatefully superior day, you unctuous benevolent light shedder.

Meanings of Shedding:

verb

Park (a vehicle) in a depot.

Usage examples:

The buses were temporarily shedded in that depot
noun

A simple roofed structure used for garden storage, to shelter animals, or as a workshop.

Usage examples:

A bicycle shed

Shedhand

ˈʃɛdhand

Meanings of Shedhand:

noun

A labourer employed to do unskilled work in a shearing shed.

Usage examples:

The machines are humming again, the shedhands begin to sing and some of the weariness falls away.

Shedload

ˈʃed.ləʊd

Meanings of Shedload:

noun

A large amount

Usage examples:

The film has recently won a shedload of awards., shedloads of cash are needed to improve the failin…

Sheds

ʃɛd

Meanings of Sheds:

noun

A simple roofed structure used for garden storage, to shelter animals, or as a workshop.

Usage examples:

A bicycle shed
verb

Park (a vehicle) in a depot.

Usage examples:

The buses were temporarily shedded in that depot

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