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shammy variant of chamois. [2 definitions]
shampoo to cleanse (the hair, a rug, or the like) with a soap or detergent solution. [4 definitions]
shamrock any of several cloverlike plants having leaves with three distinct parts, used as Ireland's national emblem.
Shang Dynasty the second Chinese dynasty, in power for approximately six hundred years, starting in the late eighteenth or seventeenth century B.C.E. (exact dates contested).
Shanghai a seaport in eastern China. [2 definitions]
shanghai to trick or kidnap and then force into service, esp. as a sailor.
Shangri-la any remote, secret, or imaginary utopia or paradise on earth.
shank a human leg, or the section of one between the ankle and knee. [3 definitions]
shan't contracted form of "shall not".
shantey variant of chantey.
shantung a heavy, natural-colored silk fabric with a rough surface, or a similar-looking fabric made from cotton or rayon.
shanty1 a crudely constructed cabin or house; shack.
shanty2 variant of chantey.
shantytown a very poor section of a city or town, containing many shanties or ramshackle huts.
shape the outward appearance of something as characterized by its outline; form. [10 definitions]
shapeable combined form of shape.
shapeless lacking any distinct or recognizable shape or form. [2 definitions]
shapely having an attractive shape.
shapeshifter a mythical figure who can change its shape or form, esp. from human to animal.
shard a piece of a broken object, esp. a fragment of pottery or glass. [2 definitions]
share a portion of a whole, esp. as given to or owed by one member of a group. [6 definitions]