Definition of Sheas

1. shea [n] - See also: shea



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sheas

shearleg
shearlegs
shearless
shearlike
shearling
shearlings
shearman
shearmen
shears
sheartail
sheartails
shearwall
shearwalls
shearwater
shearwaters
sheas (current term)
sheat
sheatfish
sheatfishes
sheath
sheath-winged
sheath cake
sheath knife
sheath knives
sheath ligaments
sheath of Key and Retzius
sheath of Schwann
sheath of Schweigger-Seidel

Literary usage of Sheas

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Journal of the American-Irish Historical Society by American-Irish Historical Society (1922)
"THE KELLYS, BURKES AND sheas OF THE MASSACHUSETTS LINE "Kelly, Burke and Shea ... That the Kellys and the Burkes in New England vied with the sheas in their ..."

2. Remarkable Trials of All Countries: Particularly of the United States, Great by Thomas Dunphy, Thomas J. Cummins (1867)
"In the catalogue of these crimes, the "burning of the sheas" stands foremost as the bloodiest record in the book of crime. This tragic affair is so well ..."

3. Remarkable Trials of All Countries; Particularly of the United States, Great by Thomas Dunphy, Thomas J. Cummins (1870)
"In the catalogue of these crimes, the " burning of the sheas " stands foremost as the bloodiest record in the book of crime. This tragic affair is so well ..."

4. Transactions by Gaelic Society of Inverness (1888)
"But the aspiration naturally remains ; thus from the root seai, to stand, the past tense is do sheas mi, or usually sheas mi. The tense is inflected thus ..."

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