Definitions

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  • adjective Pertaining to or resembling shale.

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Examples

  • I was anxious as I drove Route 40 through the shaley, steep bit of country, where the hills are close like the bellows of an accordion.

    CHASING the WHITE DOG

  • They left New York City in the late 1960s for a shaley piece of ground in the Catskills and began learning to grow and raise their own food.

    The Dirty Life

  • The side trail was too narrow for the cart, so Skip abandoned it at the turnoff and limped after the others on foot, down a rocky path that hugged the base of a shaley cliff for a hundred yards or so.

    THE BOYS FROM SANTA CRUZ

  • I was anxious as I drove Route 40 through the shaley, steep bit of country, where the hills are close like the bellows of an accordion.

    CHASING the WHITE DOG

  • I was anxious as I drove Route 40 through the shaley, steep bit of country, where the hills are close like the bellows of an accordion.

    CHASING the WHITE DOG

  • The side trail was too narrow for the cart, so Skip abandoned it at the turnoff and limped after the others on foot, down a rocky path that hugged the base of a shaley cliff for a hundred yards or so.

    THE BOYS FROM SANTA CRUZ

  • The side trail was too narrow for the cart, so Skip abandoned it at the turnoff and limped after the others on foot, down a rocky path that hugged the base of a shaley cliff for a hundred yards or so.

    THE BOYS FROM SANTA CRUZ

  • The side trail was too narrow for the cart, so Skip abandoned it at the turnoff and limped after the others on foot, down a rocky path that hugged the base of a shaley cliff for a hundred yards or so.

    THE BOYS FROM SANTA CRUZ

  • Jim had been easing down a steep shaley ridge, his eye on two buffalo grazing in the flats about a mile away.

    The Berrybender Narratives

  • The ridge of shaley rock where the shots had come from looked uninviting, though.

    Comanche Moon

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