Definition of Shool
1. to shovel [v -ED, -ING, -S] - See also: shovel
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Shool
shook one's head
shool (current term)
Literary usage of Shool
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Publications by English Dialect Society (1886)
"Soop my house, and shool my widden'."' R. Chambers' Pop. Rhymes of Scotland, ed. iii. p. 204. " Curly doddy, do my biddin", (2) Scabiosa arvensis, ..."
2. Records Relating to the Early History of Boston by Boston (Mass.). Registry Dept (1884)
"The Select men & Comittee Ab' the North shool being present, do agree that Mr Timothy Thornton Shall continue in his improvemen' of the Wharfe & Dock at ..."
3. An Etymological Dictionary of the Scottish Language: To which is Prefixed, a by John Jamieson (1879)
"To shool off. To shovel off, S. —"Free this window we can aw see ... To shool frae. To remove from, by the act of shovelling, ..."
4. Negro Folk Rhymes: Wise and Otherwise by Thomas Washington Talley (1922)
"shool! I rule! shool! shool! shool! I rule! shool! Shacker-rack! I shool bubba cool. Seller! Seller eel! Fust to ma tree'l Just came er bubba. Buska! ..."
5. Negro Folk Rhymes: Wise and Otherwise by Thomas Washington Talley (1922)
"shool! I rule! shool! shool! shool! I rule! shool! Shacker-rack! I shool bubba cool. Seller! Beller cel! Fust to ma tree'l Just came er bubba. Buska! ..."