Definition of Shelvers

1. shelver [n] - See also: shelver



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Shelvers

shelterless
sheltermate
sheltermates
shelters
shelterwood
sheltery
sheltie
shelties
sheltron
sheltrons
sheltrum
shelty
shelve
shelved
shelver
shelvers (current term)
shelves
shelvesful
shelvier
shelviest
shelving
shelvings
shelvy
shemagh
shemaghs
shemale
shemales
shemozzle
shemozzled
shemozzles

Literary usage of Shelvers

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1. The Living Age by Making of America Project, Eliakim Littell, Robert S. Littell (1887)
"Pray, say no more. Now, James, turn the mare s head." " I beg your pardon, sir. The four-mile road goes by shelvers Dip, and with this fall, ..."

2. Tales from "Blackwood": Being the Most Famous Series of Stories Ever by Chalmers Roberts (1905)
"... by shelvers Dip, and with this fall, and the wind there has been, the snow must have drifted fifteen feet there." " And the longer road—I forget the ..."

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