Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A Middle English form of shear, sheer, sheer
- n. In minting, the deviation from standard weight permitted by law, now called the remedy.
“Of old this was the day for shaving in preparation for Easter-Sunday: it was therefore called shere-Thursday.]”
“The shere number of low (business) incorporation and population flight are all the proof that is needed.”
“Until high school, my friends picked on me about my mispronunciation of sheeken (chicken), shere (chair), libery (library), and sangwich (sandwich).”
“The shere and utter hypocrisy and having to nail them down on every word they say, because even the definition of "is" can be questioned.”
“Obama, realizing that he's done such a fantastic job that it would be shere lunacy to deny him another 4 years.”
“My ideal is a community built on a futuristic matrix shere there is a good deal underground, including the mechanism needed to recycle everything in the community onsite.”
“The shere scale of this project leaves you a little giddy.”
“For me, life elsewhere in the Universe wouldn't change anything, but given the shere size of space and the distances involved I do wonder if we would ever meet them…”
“Despite being hounded by gossips through out her involvement in the Indian Premier League (IPL), Preity Zinta says that she over came it by shere dedication to her work which saw through the KingsXI of which she is a co-owner reaching the semi-finals.”
“You, and they, need to get your heads sorted out, take a long hard look in as many mirrors a you can find, and shake out the shere arrogance of that attitude.”
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