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Sulphonium "Sul*pho"ni*um", n. [Sulphur + ammonium.] (Chem.) A hypothetical radical, , regarded as the type and nucleus of the sulphines.
Shab
Shab "Shab", n. [OE. shabbe, AS. sc?b. See .] The itch in animals; also, a scab. [Obs. or Prov. Eng.]
Shab
Shab "Shab", v. t. [imp. & p. p. ; p. pr. & vb. n. .] [See , 3.] To play mean tricks; to act shabbily. [Obs. or Prov. Eng.]
Shab
Shab "Shab", v. t. To scratch; to rub. [Obs.] -Farquhar.
Shabbed
Shab "Shab", v. t. [imp. & p. p. ; p. pr. & vb. n. .] [See , 3.] To play mean tricks; to act shabbily. [Obs. or Prov. Eng.]
Shabbed
Shabbed "Shab"bed", a. Shabby. [Obs.] -Wood.
Shabbier
Shabby "Shab"by", a. [Compar. ; superl. .] [See , n., , and .] 1. Torn or worn to rage; poor; mean; ragged. Wearing shabby coats and dirty shirts. -Macaulay. More…
Shabbiest
Shabby "Shab"by", a. [Compar. ; superl. .] [See , n., , and .] 1. Torn or worn to rage; poor; mean; ragged. Wearing shabby coats and dirty shirts. -Macaulay. More…
Shabbily
Shabbily "Shab"bi*ly", adv. In a shabby manner.
Shabbiness
Shabbiness "Shab"bi*ness", n. The quality or state of being sghabby.
Shabbing
Shab "Shab", v. t. [imp. & p. p. ; p. pr. & vb. n. .] [See , 3.] To play mean tricks; to act shabbily. [Obs. or Prov. Eng.]
Shabble
Shabble "Shab"ble", Shabble "Shab"ble", n.[Cf. D. sabel, and G. s["a]bel.] A kind of crooked sword or hanger. [Scot.]
Shabble
Shabble "Shab"ble", Shabble "Shab"ble", n.[Cf. D. sabel, and G. s["a]bel.] A kind of crooked sword or hanger. [Scot.]
Shabby
Shabby "Shab"by", a. [Compar. ; superl. .] [See , n., , and .] 1. Torn or worn to rage; poor; mean; ragged. Wearing shabby coats and dirty shirts. -Macaulay. More…
Shabrack
Shabrack "Shab"rack", n. [Turk. tsh[=a]pr[=a]k, whence F. chabraque, G. shabracke.] (Mil.) The saddlecloth or housing of a cavalry horse.
Shack
Shack "Shack", v. t. [Prov. E., to shake, to shed. See .] 1. To shed or fall, as corn or grain at harvest. [Prov. Eng.] -Grose. 2. To feed in stubble, or upon waste corn. More…
Shack
Shack "Shack", n. [Cf. Scot. shag refuse of barley or oats.] 1. The grain left after harvest or gleaning; also, nuts which have fallen to the ground. [Prov. Eng.] 2. Liberty of More…
Shack
Shack "Shack", n. [Cf. , v. i.] A hut; a shanty; a cabin. [Colloq.] These miserable shacks are so low that their occupants cannot stand erect. -D. More…
Shackatory
Shackatory "Shack"a*to*ry", n. A hound. [Obs.]
Shackle
Shackle "Shac"kle", n. Stubble. [Prov. Eng.] -Pegge.
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