Definitions

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  • n. Alternative spelling of shenanigan.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • I won't put up with his shinanigan - debotchin 'innocent children with his boozing.

    Chapter 3

  • "When that gal of his tells her story in court to-morrow," advanced the third member of the group, "there'll be plenty of people in this town that won't be put off a second time by any fife and drum shinanigan."

    Viola Gwyn

  • It has been called on the carpet repeatedly by the Feds and even our RINO Sec of State for sloppy practices (which fall into fraud, misfeasance, malfeasance, incompetence and political shinanigan catagories).

    Sound Politics

  • I am reliably informed that since dinner with Rose was the only benefit if one's mykad was picked, the BN has added two other features to encourage participation in this mysterious shinanigan.

    zorro-unmasked

  • If this shinanigan of an amnesty, is allowed to be put in place, then the President does not deserve the support of Nigerians and especially the military.

    Vanguard

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