[ UK /ʃˈæməs/ ]
[ US /ˈʃeɪməs/ ]
NOUN
  1. someone who can be employed as a detective to collect information
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How To Use shamus In A Sentence

  • Shamus could feel his ears turning bright red, and a sidelong glance at Amber told him she was blushing just as much as he was.
  • Her stiff expression broke into a smile that seemed more like a grimace to Shamus.
  • By shamus cooke (about the author) Page 1 of 2 page (s) opednews. com Permalink The Origins of Modern Socialism
  • Operating a cash-poor shamus practice in Edinburgh, occasionally bringing along his precocious daughter from a broken marriage, Brodie is clearly more of a doer than a brooder. Matt's Guide to Weekend TV: Walking Dead, Case Histories and More!
  • Trying to be inconspicuous, for reasons unbeknownst to her, she looked past Shamus to the writing all over his walls, trying to read the words bordering them.
  • Switchblade in hand, Polanski advances on the cornered shamus, chastising Gittes for being a ‘nosy guy.’
  • True shamus but all that means is that low interest rates make the cost of borrowing lower. The Budget Debate, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty
  • The criminals are more interesting than the stoic shamus.
  • Once I stopped giggling about silly names, Guggi told me about his Shar-Pei named Shamus, whose name exemplifies artistic alliteration. Wendy Diamond: Bearded Dragons, Chihuahua Named Lou, A Bag of Flour, and the Obama Family Dog
  • Being that both of them were musicians and liked a lot of the same bands, Shamus and Chase had become fast friends.
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