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shot glass a small glass used for drinking a small amount of liquor or for measuring a shot of liquor.
shotgun a riflelike gun with a smooth bore that fires several small pellets or buckshot at once, used mostly for killing birds and small game at close range.
shotgun wedding a wedding into which one or both of the participants are forced, esp. because of pregnancy.
shot put an athletic event in which a heavy metal ball is thrown as far as possible. [2 definitions]
should used to indicate that some action is advisable, advantageous, or important for one to do. [5 definitions]
shoulder the part of the human body extending from the base of the neck to either upper arm. [8 definitions]
shoulder blade either of two large flat triangular bones forming the back parts of the shoulders; scapula.
shoulder board either of a pair of rectangular pieces of stiffened cloth worn on the shoulders of certain uniforms to display rank.
shoulder harness an automobile safety belt worn over the shoulder and diagonally across the body; shoulder belt.
shoulder holster a holster attached, under one's armpit, to a shoulder strap, so that a firearm can be carried concealed under one's coat or jacket.
shoulder patch an identifying patch worn on the upper arm of a military uniform, showing the wearer's branch of service, rank, or unit.
shoulder strap a strap that is worn on the shoulder, as to support a garment or carry a purse or camera. [2 definitions]
shouldn't contracted form of "should not".
should've contracted form of "should have."
shout to call out loudly; yell. [3 definitions]
shove to push roughly or carelessly. [4 definitions]
shovel a large, long-handled scoop for digging or lifting heavy material such as earth, snow, or coal. [7 definitions]
shoveler one that uses a shovel. [2 definitions]
shovelful the amount that can or does fill a shovel.
shovel hat a broad-brimmed hat turned up at the sides and having a shovellike projection front and back, usu. worn by English clergymen.
shovel-nosed having a broad, flat head, beak, or snout.