Definition of Sheldrakes

1. Noun. (plural of sheldrake) ¹



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Definition of Sheldrakes

1. sheldrake [n] - See also: sheldrake

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sheldrakes

sheitel
sheitels
shekalim
shekel
shekelim
shekels
shekere
shekeres
shekhinah
shekinah
shekinahs
sheld
sheldaple
sheldfowl
sheldrake
sheldrakes (current term)
sheldrickite
shelduck
shelducks
shelele
shelf
shelf-talker
shelf bracket
shelf cloud
shelf clouds
shelf fungus
shelf ice
shelf life
shelf lives

Literary usage of Sheldrakes

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1. Sporting Adventures in the New World, Or, Days and Nights of Moose-hunting by Campbell Hardy (1855)
"... Scenery—A Fairy Tale—A Brace of sheldrakes—Bear Tracks—The Moose Startled—Moccasin Manufacturing —A Fatal Shower—Return Home—Better Luck next Time. ..."

2. Rudyard Kipling with the British Fleet by Rudyard Kipling (1915)
"We'll duck and we'll dive like three ruddy sheldrakes. We'll duck and we'll dive underneath the North Seas, Until we strike something that doesn't expect us ..."

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