Definition of "shaw" [shaw]

  • A thicket; a small wood or grove. (noun)
  • The leaves and tops of vegetables, especially potatoes and turnips. (noun)

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Use "shaw" in a sentence
  • "I don’t Dem Yankees an’ dat big gub’mint shaw is evil."
  • "The general aspect of the country is that of the pastoral hills of the south of Scotland, forming, as is usual, bleak and wild farms, many of which had, at no great length of time from the date of the story, been covered with trees; as some of them still attest by bearing the name of shaw, that is, wild natural wood."
  • "Dare frame thy fearful symmetry? admin Uncategorized anne shaw, the tyger, william blake"