- interj. alternative spelling of shh.
“The other markings include a smattering of stars plunging from the nape of the neck down her back, a music note on her right ankle, a Pisces sign behind her right ear, a star in her left ear, a Sanskrit prayer going down her hip, and the word shhh .... on her right index finger.”
“Ms. Prahalis has "shhh" tattooed on her index finger, the one she sticks up in the air after nailing a shot.”
“Joe probably had gas when he grimaced after her comment and was just whistling Dixie with the on-going festivities when he told Jill to "shhh" immediately after the grimace.”
“It could have been the mountain vistas, high ridges down to misty valleys that I swear have hobbits living in them, or the hard consonants and "shhh" sounds of the 21 mayan languages that are heard more often than spanish in the highlands.”
“Then, we see his hand reaching towards his head, the head turns to the camera and says "shhh".”
“For instance, the sound of "shhh" when repeated rhythmically simulates a mother's heartbeat.”
“With teak walls, antique jade carvings, dim lighting and neutral silk fabrics, our room at the Setai Hotel in Miami has a serene vibe, right down to the New Age music coming from a source we can't determine and the do-not-disturb sign with a topless Asian figure embossed in gold metal, finger to lips in a "shhh" gesture.”
“To mimic that white noise, say 'shhh' as loud as the cries, or run the dishwasher. 4.”
“The way he says 'shhh' and puts his finger to his lips... and the way he says 'hmmmmm' and taps his finger under his chin like I do, when I'm thinking of something.”
“MOOS (on camera): It was the "shhh" heard 'round the world, only before there a "shhh," there was this.”
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