shaker

[ UK /ʃˈe‍ɪkɐ/ ]
[ US /ˈʃeɪkɝ/ ]
NOUN
  1. a container in which something can be shaken
  2. a person who wields power and influence
    a shaker of traditional beliefs
    movers and shakers in the business world
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How To Use shaker In A Sentence

  • The United Society of Believers in Christ's Second Appearing, or Shakers, remain the longest-lived communal society in the United States.
  • It was passed through history by the Shaking Quakers, the Shakers, and that particular song is a call to simplicity, which is very interesting.
  • And you've got to appreciate a place that includes a shaker full of paprika alongside the salt and pepper on your table.
  • The jazzy percussion's reminiscent of Liquid Liquid: snaps, shakers, cowbell, and maracas.
  • Don't believe the old saw that you can't be out and still be a mover and shaker in Hollywood.
  • Put the sugar, lemongrass, lime and a good pinch of ginger strips into a shaker and muddle them together well. Times, Sunday Times
  • Put the sugar, lemongrass, lime and a good pinch of ginger strips into a shaker and muddle them together well. Times, Sunday Times
  • Governments rise and fall, familiar names and reputations are juggled about like numbered balls in a shaker, come to the top to be submerged again in a new 'emeute'. Project Gutenberg Complete Works of Winston Churchill
  • The time-release solid scent beads are dispensed much like a salt-shaker.
  • The cocktails were served over ice in eye catching full-color shakers at restaurants, bars, poolsides and room service, and they were offered for sale to guests.
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