from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Unsettled; uneasy; disturbed.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Wavering; unsettled; inconstant.
- n. A shuttle.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- An obsolete form of shuttle.
- n. An obsolete or dialectal form of shuttle.
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Not that it matters one shittle bit, but the headline …
But my saying that, or anyone saying that, isn't worth a shitiny shittle in itself, because if you go to school everyday thinking you should be popular and you're not, it doesn't matter.
And I was always encouraged to be creative by the exact people whose encouragement you couldn't give a shittle about during adolescence -- parents and teachers.
Just another 60 minutes of why we need more government, all the while listening to Obama tell us he isn't going to raise taxes on the working people, he is adding a bunch of programs that won't cost any money or add to the deficiet and that we all get a shittle skitting unicorn when its done.
A shit so little that it can accurately be called "a shittle."
There wasn’t any secret, and it didn’t matter a shittle bit.
Being at W.ll's with Captain Barker, who hath paid me L300 this morning at my office, in comes my father, and with him I walked, and leave him at W. Joyce's, and went myself to Mr. Crew's, but came too late to dine, and therefore after a game at shittle-cocks -- [The game of battledore and shuttlecock was formerly much played even in tennis courts, and was a very violent game.] -- with Mr. W.lgrave and Mr. Edward,
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