Definition of Shovelled

1. Verb. (past of shovel) ¹



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Definition of Shovelled

1. shovel [v] - See also: shovel

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Shovelled

shovelbill
shovelbills
shovelboard
shovelboards
shovelbum
shovelbums
shoveled
shoveler
shovelers
shovelful
shovelfuls
shovelhead
shovelheads
shoveling
shovellable
shovelled (current term)
shoveller
shovellers
shovellike
shovelling
shovelnose
shovelnose catfish
shovelnose frog
shovelnosed
shovelnoses
shovels
shovelsful
shovelware
shoven
shover

Literary usage of Shovelled

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1. Confessions of a Poet by Laughton Osborn (1835)
"Why die to-morrow; and ere the earth is shovelled on your coffin your son shall calculate his heritage and your daughters find that crape becomes them. ..."

2. Journal of the Society of Arts by Society of Arts (Great Britain) (1858)
"... г ballast is shovelled under it. The bolts get loose, being embedded in the solid and the rail ie, at the same time, ..."

3. The Year-book of Agriculture, Or, the Annual of Agricultural Progress and by David Ames Wells (1856)
"... object of the implement is to loosen the manure, to allow of its being easily shovelled. The nature of the invention consists in attaching a strong ..."

4. The Friendly Craft: A Collection of American Letters by Elizabeth Deering Hanscom (1908)
"After fourteen years Emerson and Carlyle are " shovelled together again" "v> *c> -^ -^ ^c^ (Ralph Waldo Emerson to his wife) CHELSEA, LONDON, October 27, ..."

5. The Friendly Craft: A Collection of American Letters by Elizabeth Deering Hanscom (1908)
"After fourteen years Emerson and Carlyle are " shovelled together again" *o -^ -^> *o *sx D (Ralph Waldo Emerson to his wife) CHELSEA, LONDON, October 27, ..."

6. Life of Lord Jeffrey with a Selection from His Correspondence: With a by Henry Cockburn Cockburn, Francis Jeffrey Jeffrey (1852)
"It looks like a nasty field deformed with heaps of rubbish, half shovelled and half frozen; and then the total want of vegetable odour, or variety, ..."

7. On Coal: With Reference to Its Screening, Transport, &c.-- by Frederick Charles Danvers (1872)
"The coal is then shovelled out and falls into the hopper, and so down the spout into the barge beneath. The accompanying free-hand sketch will give a ..."

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