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bang to shut loudly; slam. [1/11 definitions]
clench to clamp (teeth or hands) tightly shut. [1/5 definitions]
close to stop up; shut. [3/24 definitions]
closed not open; shut. [1/6 definitions]
confine to enclose or shut in; imprison. [1/3 definitions]
curtain a piece of cloth hung in a window, archway, or other opening for decoration, to shut out light or to conceal something. [1/7 definitions]
debar to shut out; exclude. [1/2 definitions]
enclose to close in or shut in, as with walls or a container. [1/3 definitions]
eyelid either of the two folds of skin that can be opened or shut to uncover or cover the eyeball.
immure to confine within or as though within walls; shut in. [1/2 definitions]
impound to shut up or confine (an animal) in a pound. [1/3 definitions]
lock1 to become shut together. [1/10 definitions]
mew2 to shut away or confine as in a cage (often fol. by up).
nail to shut in or shut up with nails. [1/7 definitions]
open allowing entry or access; not shut, enclosed, or fastened. [2/27 definitions]
pent shut up or confined. [1/2 definitions]
shutout the condition of being shut out, esp. from a workplace during a labor dispute; lockout. [1/3 definitions]
slam1 to shut (a door, lid, or the like) with force and loud noise. [1/6 definitions]
strangle to kill by stopping the breathing of, esp. by squeezing shut the windpipe; choke. [1/3 definitions]
struck shut down or otherwise affected by a labor strike, as a factory. [1/2 definitions]
swinging door a door hung so that it will freely and fully open in either direction and then swing shut by itself.