- v. Simple past tense and past participle of shrug.
“Almost instantly, her expression shrugged off its droopiness and she looked as hopeful as a teenager.”
“Mrs. Plain shrugged off those who said her easy-reading books were too light to be taken seriously.”
“Courbertin shrugged his shoulders that it was no concern of his, and came off the stand.”
“Kiffin shrugged it off, saying whether he got the timeout or not had nothing to do with the outcome.”
“James Baldwin shrugged off a sore right shoulder to toss six strong innings for the White Sox.”
“I looked to my mother and without saying a word she shrugged.”
“Law of averages," he later shrugged, which is the creed of all great shooters.”
“Several politicians called the Florida Family Association a fringe hate group, a title Caton shrugged off, saying the group aims to "defend traditional American biblical values.”
“For a long time, a lot of people just kind of shrugged off increasing levels of inequality as the inevitable result of broad impersonal forces — the terms “skill-biased technological change” and “superstar effect” came into play a lot here.”
“I kind of shrugged off the fact that the set has no “extras”, but now that I have watched the show and thoroughly enjoyed it I wish they had put something on the disc.”
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