shingly

ADJECTIVE
  1. abounding in small stones
    landed at a shingly little beach
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How To Use shingly In A Sentence

  • These are all lonely, arguably damaged people, and once you get past the silliness it's all rather crushingly sad. TV highlights 10/08/201: Timothy Spall: Back At Sea | The Sopranos | Who Do You Think You Are? | 24 Hours in A&E | Forbidden Love
  • While no one disputes Ahola's ability to lift 900 pounds, some have found his performance refreshingly unpracticed, others off-puttingly amateurish.
  • ‘There were seven misquotes, 32 errors of fact,’ he says, overlooking his own book's refreshingly loose association with accepted English grammar and punctuation.
  • For all its moments of typical silent-movie hamminess, it remains astonishingly modern. Times, Sunday Times
  • There's also a cloying crème brûlée made with semolina, and a refreshingly chalky caramel parfait on a bed of thinly sliced stewed pears.
  • At this point the music changes to a jolly bouncy tune, sung absolutely smashingly by Oliver Reed.
  • The champagne cream sauce was refreshingly light and brought out the best of my wife's salmon filet.
  • This may be more crashingly obvious for a writer who doesn't write front to back. mrissa: Story going wrong panel addendum
  • Zen 8 was out of salmon skin, but we hit the jackpot at Sushi Kawa - the salmon was smashingly crispy, the rolls expertly composed.
  • Billings was a clumsy, maladroit man, his fingers astonishingly competent with a wireless set, his other limbs ungainly and shambling. IN LOVE AND WAR
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