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- n. Plural form of shusher.
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He writes about "shushers" -- natives who cannot bring themselves to look into the ugly moments of their hometown's past.
She can meet and greet better than the best -- but when she insisted that the enormous crowd "be quiet" and recruited some of us to be "shushers" quieting the din from people who wanted to ignore what was important and get back to who-knows-who stuff, Haddad got the place quiet and made the time and space for talking about serious health issues.
Aren't they supposed to be bespectacled women with a love of classic books and a perpetual annoyance with talkative patrons — the ultimate humorless shushers?
When the FBI came snooping, Carla Diane Hayden proved librarians are more freedom fighters than shushers.
Aren’t they supposed to be bespectacled women with a love of classic books and a perpetual annoyance with talkative patrons — the ultimate humorless shushers?