[ US /ˈʃeɪ/ ]
[ UK /ʃˈe‍ɪ/ ]
  1. a carriage consisting of two wheels and a calash top; drawn by a single horse
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How To Use shay In A Sentence

  • Some of the passages can be explored, and are accessible from Princesshay, parallel with the High Street.
  • She evaded his grasp and left without another word, sashaying her hips tauntingly.
  • Some women wear a shayla, a black gauzy scarf wrapped around the head and held in place by a variety of hats, head circlets, or jewelry.
  • Then he twirled, sambaed and sashayed across the cypress-planked floor. Mogo Rules
  • Stand at ease soldier. shayne: too late. and i am a soldier .... of my own mind. boger! are you? softzen: Undefined
  • Celestial Four sashayed forward, her silver and blue gown rippling like water over her rounded curves. Etched in Bone
  • Shay offers something to the effect that he was amazed that white boys should have such incredible natural rhythm.
  • And the bad news for mr. shay is that his cherished "silent, white, anglo-saxon, christian majority" just MAY not be the majority any longer! News from Bizarro World
  • On October 14th the "Schuylkill" arrived at Gashayes Bluff, on the island of St. Simon, where he found Mr. John T. Morgan, superintendent of cutting the timber, but not "a stick of wood cut. The Story of Commodore John Barry
  • The Shaykh opened the door and they two entered a vestibule vaulted with onyx stones and arabesqued with gold, and they stayed not walking till they came to a great hall and a wide, paved and walled with marble. The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night
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