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- v. Eye dialect spelling of shut.
- n. shed
- n. sheet
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- v. To shut.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- An obsolete or dialectal form of shut.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
An 'did he look this here way, an' set his chin so, an 'keep his eyes kind o' shet 's if he wuz afeard someun ud see if he cried an 'tell the Banner ez ther' wuz tears in his eyes?
'e open an' shet 'is mouf, like' e tryin 'ter twis' it, polly fashion, an 'hit won't twis', an 'den' e des shaken 'is head, an' walk orf, like
"Dar's a do 'shet 'twixt dat leetle fice an' dem crazy cats.
"I done opened the doors ter their rooms, an 'listened, an' shet 'em again 'thout ary one of 'em a-movin' even.
He don't seem to like leather, "added Jim thoughtfully;" for I noticed that when the men were going down his throat, he kind of shet his jaws, so as to slip off their boots. "
When does southern illinois whitetail shet the antlers
"Tarnation, shet up, can't ye?" cries Will, plainly bewildered.
Yet never shet it the brood of aurowoch, not for legions of donours of Gamuels.
Here are some toiletries you may pack for your riHla: shawkat al - ` asnaan (shaw-kat al-ass-nan; toothbrush) ma'juun al - ` asnaan (mah-joon al-ass-nan; toothpaste) mushT (moo-shet; comb)
Eggs, milk, green pepper, a package of precooked sausage, which shet put in the fi, idge overnight to thaw, and cheddar cheese.