Definition of Hushaby

1. Interjection. (archaic) hush and be still. A lull to sleep. ¹

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Definition of Hushaby

1. go to sleep -- used imperatively to soothe a child [v]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Hushaby

husbandmen
husbandries
husbandry
husbands
hush
hush-hush
hush down
hush kit
hush kits
hush money
hush one's mouth
hush puppy
hush up
hushabied
hushabies
hushaby (current term)
hushabye
hushed
hushed-up
hushedly
husher
hushered
hushering
hushers
hushes
hushful
hushier
hushiest
hushing
hushings

Literary usage of Hushaby

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1. With Trumpet and Drum by Eugene Field (1892)
"On yonder hill is store of wealth — hushaby, sweet my own! And revelers drink to a little one's health; But you and I bide night and day For the other love ..."

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