Definition of Shetting
1. shet [v] - See also: shet
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Shetting
shetting (current term)
Literary usage of Shetting
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Gentleman's Magazine (1843)
"RA) Memorandu concentrating and controlling the Fire War, with curious plate shetting the a cannon,with MS. remarks, RARE, ..."
2. Plays of the Harvard Dramatic Club by Harvard University Dramatic Club (1919)
"He got religion, and getting it late, somehow, he took it terrible hard. He began shetting me up in my room and praying with me, oh, for hours, some days. ..."
3. Highways and Byways in Devon and Cornwall: By Arthur H. Norway; with by Arthur Hamilton Norway (1904)
""Sir," said old Tristram once, with a burst of indignant wrath, " that villain Parminter, the gauger, and his dog murdered with his shetting irons no less ..."
4. Shakespeare's Ovid: Being Arthur Golding's Translation of the Metamorphoses by Ovid, Arthur Golding, William Henry Denham Rouse (1904)
"... can plough thee round, Betweene the dawning of the day, and shetting in of nyght. Moreover on the brazen gate at which this Cippus myght His ..."
5. Scouting for Girls: Official Handbook of the Girl Scouts (1920)
"An opening and a shetting Is a sure sign of a wetting. (Another version) Open and shet, Sure sign of wet. ..."