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Shin

ʃɪn

Meanings of Shin:

noun

The front of the leg below the knee.

Usage examples:

Children commonly fall and scrape or bruise the skin covering anterior parts of the body such as th…
verb

Climb quickly up or down by gripping with one's arms and legs.

Usage examples:

He shinned up a tree

Shinbone

ˈʃɪn.bəʊn

Meanings of Shinbone:

noun

The tibia.

Meanings of Shinbones:

noun

The tibia.

Meanings of Shindies:

noun

A noisy disturbance or quarrel.

Usage examples:

There were plenty of gulls kicking up a shindy

Shindig

ˈʃɪn.dɪɡ

Meanings of Shindig:

noun

A large, lively party, especially one celebrating something.

Usage examples:

The glitziest of election night shindigs

Shindigs

ˈʃɪndɪɡ

Meanings of Shindigs:

noun

A large, lively party, especially one celebrating something.

Usage examples:

The glitziest of election night shindigs

Shindy

ˈʃɪndi

Meanings of Shindy:

noun

A noisy disturbance or quarrel.

Usage examples:

There were plenty of gulls kicking up a shindy

Meanings of Shine:

verb

(of the sun or another source of light) give out a bright light.

Usage examples:

The sun shone through the window
noun

A quality of brightness produced when light is reflected on something.

Usage examples:

My hair has lost its shine

Shined

ʃaɪn

Meanings of Shined:

verb

(of the sun or another source of light) give out a bright light.

Usage examples:

The sun shone through the window
noun

A quality of brightness produced when light is reflected on something.

Usage examples:

My hair has lost its shine

Shiner

ˈʃʌɪnə

Meanings of Shiner:

noun

A thing that shines or reflects light.

Usage examples:

Moonlight blanked the weakest shiners, but the powerful stars were gleaming

Shiners

ˈʃaɪ.nər

Meanings of Shiners:

noun

A thing that shines or reflects light.

Usage examples:

Moonlight blanked the weakest shiners, but the powerful stars were gleaming

Meanings of Shines:

verb

(of the sun or another source of light) give out a bright light.

Usage examples:

The sun shone through the window
noun

A quality of brightness produced when light is reflected on something.

Usage examples:

My hair has lost its shine

Meanings of Shingled:

verb

Roof or clad with shingles.

Usage examples:

Yesterday we fastened in the steel framework and shingled the roof
adjective

Roofed or covered with shingles (rectangular wooden tiles)

Usage examples:

A tower surmounted by a shingled spire

Shingles

ˈʃɪŋ.ɡəl

Meanings of Shingles:

noun

A mass of small rounded pebbles, especially on a seashore.

Usage examples:

A wonderful beach of fine shingle
verb

A rectangular wooden tile used on walls or roofs.

plural noun

A painful acute inflammation of the nerve ganglia, with a skin eruption often forming a girdle around the middle of the body. it is caused by the same virus as chickenpox.

Usage examples:

Doug's symptoms might also have been caused by herpes zoster or shingles virus which can also affec…

Shingling

ˌriːˈʃɪŋ.ɡəl

Meanings of Shingling:

verb

Roof or clad with shingles.

Usage examples:

Yesterday we fastened in the steel framework and shingled the roof
noun

A mass of small rounded pebbles, especially on a seashore.

Usage examples:

A wonderful beach of fine shingle

Shingly

ˈʃɪŋ.ɡəl.i

Meanings of Shingly:

adjective

Covered in small, round stones

Usage examples:

It was uncomfortable walking barefoot on the shingly beach.

Shiniest

ˈʃaɪ.ni

Meanings of Shiniest:

adjective

(of a smooth surface) reflecting light, typically because very clean or polished.

Usage examples:

Shiny hair

Meanings of Shininess:

noun

The quality of being shiny

Usage examples:

The delicious shininess of its leaves more than makes up for its slow rate of growth., when searchi…

Shining

ˈʃaɪ.nɪŋ

Meanings of Shining:

adjective

Giving out or reflecting bright light.

Usage examples:

A shining expanse of water
verb

(of the sun or another source of light) give out a bright light.

Usage examples:

The sun shone through the window

Shinned

ʃɪn

Meanings of Shinned:

verb

Climb quickly up or down by gripping with one's arms and legs.

Usage examples:

He shinned up a tree
noun

The front of the leg below the knee.

Usage examples:

Children commonly fall and scrape or bruise the skin covering anterior parts of the body such as th…

Shinner

ʃɪnə

Meanings of Shinner:

noun

A member or supporter of sinn fein.

Usage examples:

On the one hand, if you get six or seven shinners elected, plus a posse of wild and woolly independ…

Shinnied

ˈʃɪn.i

Meanings of Shinnied:

verb

Another term for shimmy.

Usage examples:

He loved to shinny up that tree
noun

An informal form of ice hockey played especially by children, on the street or on ice, often with a ball or other object in place of a puck.

Usage examples:

We used to play shinny on the canal with tin cans

Meanings of Shinnies:

verb

Another term for shimmy.

Usage examples:

He loved to shinny up that tree
noun

An informal form of ice hockey played especially by children, on the street or on ice, often with a ball or other object in place of a puck.

Usage examples:

We used to play shinny on the canal with tin cans

Meanings of Shinning:

verb

Climb quickly up or down by gripping with one's arms and legs.

Usage examples:

He shinned up a tree
noun

The front of the leg below the knee.

Usage examples:

Children commonly fall and scrape or bruise the skin covering anterior parts of the body such as th…

Shinny

ˈʃɪn.i

Meanings of Shinny:

verb

Another term for shimmy.

Usage examples:

He loved to shinny up that tree
noun

An informal form of ice hockey played especially by children, on the street or on ice, often with a ball or other object in place of a puck.

Usage examples:

We used to play shinny on the canal with tin cans

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