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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of shirr.


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  • The apple man, who shirrs his mouth as though eating tart fruit, exhibits four like racehorses at auction:

    Poem: Grace Schulman

  • I can manage pleats, but shirrs and flounces make me cringe on me--I love them on other people, and I try them on, but I just can't do it.


  • I know I should do shirrs and ruffles and flounces to accentuate or hide or artfully highlight or something, but it's not my look.

    This Is Not About My Self-Esteem


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