Definition of Shending

1. shend [v] - See also: shend



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Shending

shelvy
shemagh
shemaghs
shemales
shemozzle
shemozzled
shemozzles
shemozzling
shenai
shenais
shenanigan
shenanigans
shend
shende
shending (current term)
shends
shendship
sheng
shengs
shent
shentleman
shentlemen
sheol
sheols
sheople
shep
shepard
shepard fracture
shepherd

Literary usage of Shending

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1. History of English Literature by Hippolyte Taine (1897)
"Puritans; perhaps the English will end by shending the gaiety of Voltaire: the first are Ing to appreciate Shakspeare; the second will ess attempt to ..."

2. The Star of Bethlehem: A Miracle Play of the Nativity, Reconstructed from by Charles Mills Gayley (1904)
"The Father of God in alle thing Hath you granted his sweet blessing, He shall you save from all shending 4 — With his right hand. 35 flit. ..."

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