Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. Dialectal forms of shoul, a contracted form of shovel.

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Examples

  • I asked a man who pretended to know Irish to tell me the meaning of the words ‘Shule, shule, shularoon’—they are the burden of a well-known Irish ballad.

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  • Do you really think that many who light candles and "bensh licht" on a Friday night, go to shule and observe their faith should be excluded from Jewish schools because their mother has not been converted in a manner seen fit by these men.

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  • Graciously he offered to drive us to Simon's he was classmates with Simon back in the day at shule ya msingi.

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  • Besides making my house "safi", I have visited the two "shule ya msingi" or elementary schools that are in my town, and have been meeting with neighbors and friends in my travels with Hakika as we are searching for the best prices around town.

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  • Sasa, ninakaa Nagaga, karibu na kituo cha afya na ninafanya kazi shule ya msingi, shule ya secondari, na zahanati.

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  • I think this is because at least from my point of view the non egalitarianism in orthodoxy might stem from fairly earnest respect for halacha whereas it seems to me that in the conservative movement when shule is not egalitarian, it is to do with conservatism with a small c and sexism.

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  • He cocked his hat at me, as if I had been to blame for this partiality; then changed again into his usual swaggering civility, shook me by the hand, and set off down to the boat, with the money under his arms, and whistling as he went the pathetic air of shule aroon.

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  • Alle we shule deye, thah us like ylle. though it pleases us ill.

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  • After striking a few strokes, he tired, or affected to tire, and said to his companion, ` ` I'm auld and failed now, and canna keep at it --- time about's fair play, neighbour; ye maun get in and tak the shule a bit, and shule out the loose earth, and then I'll tak turn about wi 'you.' '

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  • Od, ye work as if ye had been bred to pick and shule --- ye could win your round half-crown ilka day.

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