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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]
shareable combined form of share.
sharecrop to work (farmland) as a sharecropper, giving a portion of the crop to the landowner.
sharecropper a tenant farmer who gives a portion of his or her crop to the owner of the land as rent.
shareholder a person who owns shares of the stock of a business organization; stockholder.
shareware software delivered free of charge and, for continued use of which, users are asked to pay a small fee.
shark1 any of numerous large, voracious, tough-skinned sea fishes with skeletons of cartilage rather than bone.
shark2 a person who cheats or swindles others. [3 definitions]
sharkskin the skin of a shark or leather made from it. [2 definitions]
sharp having a thin edge or a fine point, esp. for cutting or piercing; not blunt. [13 definitions]
sharp-eared having a keen sense of hearing.
sharpen to make or become sharp or sharper.
sharper one, esp. a professional gambler, who deals dishonestly with others; swindler; cheat.
sharp-eyed able to see things distinctly; sharp-sighted. [2 definitions]
sharpie formerly, a long narrow fishing boat with a flat bottom, a centerboard, and one or two masts carrying triangular sails. [2 definitions]
sharply quickly and suddenly.
sharp-shinned hawk a small North American hawk that has short wings and a long tail and that feeds mainly on birds and small animals.
sharpshooter a person who shoots a gun with skill and accuracy.
sharp-tongued harsh, severe, sarcastic, or critical in speech or writing.