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Shabuoth variant of Shavuoth.
shack a small, cheaply constructed building used as a house or for storage.
shackle a metal band or one of a pair of metal rings used to bind the wrist or ankle of a prisoner or animal. [5 definitions]
shack up (slang) to live with a lover without being wed.
shad any of several edible fishes of the herring family that swim up streams to spawn. [2 definitions]
shadberry the fruit of the shadbush or serviceberry. [2 definitions]
shadbush the juneberry.
shade relative darkness resulting from the interception of light rays. [14 definitions]
shadeless combined form of shade.
shadfly a mayfly.
shading protection from light or heat. [3 definitions]
shadow the image cast on some surface by a person or thing blocking the light of the sun or another source of illumination. [12 definitions]
shadow box a rectangular case with a glass front for displaying small objects, esp. merchandise.
shadowbox to practice the motions of boxing with an imaginary adversary.
shadow cabinet parliamentary members of a party not in power who expect to hold positions in the official cabinet when their party comes into power.
shadowless combined form of shadow.
shadow play a theatrical performance produced by casting the shadows of actors or puppets on a lighted screen or curtain.
shadowy resembling a shadow; vague, faint, or illusory in nature. [2 definitions]
shady sheltered from sunlight; in the shade. [3 definitions]
shaft an arrow or spear, or the straight, slender part of one. [11 definitions]
shag1 coarse, tangled hair, fur, or the like. [3 definitions]