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shelves pl. of shelf.
shelving a group of shelves, or shelves collectively. [3 definitions]
Shema a principal Jewish prayer, recited at every religious service, that declares the unity of God.
Shemite variant of Semite.
shenanigan (informal; often pl.) an amusing, mischievous, or treacherous prank or other action.
Sheol according to the Old Testament, a place deep within the earth that is the abode of the dead.
shepherd a person who herds and watches over sheep at pasture. [3 definitions]
shepherd dog any of various dogs that guard or herd sheep; sheepdog.
shepherd's pie a dish of ground or diced meat baked with a crust or layering of mashed potatoes.
shepherd's-purse a weed that bears small white cross-shaped flowers and pods that resemble purses or pouches.
Sheraton of, concerning, or designating an eighteenth-century style of furniture featuring straight lines and simple classical decoration.
sherbet a frozen dessert, usu. flavored with fruit juice and made with milk, egg whites, or gelatin.
sherif an Arab ruler, chief, or prince. [3 definitions]
sheriff the chief law-enforcement official of a county or similar governmental unit. [2 definitions]
Sherlock Holmes a fictional detective hero in many late nineteenth-century and early twentieth-century short stories and novels by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. Sherlock Holmes is described as having extraordinary powers of observation and deduction. [2 definitions]
Sherpa a member of a Tibetan people living in Nepal who are known for their expertise in mountain climbing. [2 definitions]
sherry an amber-colored wine to which brandy has been added.
she's contracted form of "she is". ; contracted form of "she has".
Shetland Islands a group of islands that are part of Scotland lying northeast of Great Britain.
Shetland pony any of a breed of very small but strongly built ponies native to the Shetland Islands.
Shevat the fifth month of the Jewish lunisolar calendar, occurring from late January through early February in the Gregorian calendar.