shirr

[ US /ˈʃɝ/ ]
VERB
  1. bake (eggs) in their shells until they are set
    shirr the eggs
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How To Use shirr In A Sentence

  • In one case I got as far as the building's entryway, which was being used to store bags of shirred fabric in pink-and-purple plaid.
  • There was not the slightest doubt that all its shirring was of real, _real_ silk! In Old Kentucky
  •   The photographers snapped some shots, tiny electric motors shirring quietly. Cellphone Girl (Part II)
  • We shirred the plaid between bands of the solid.
  • ` ` Ye maun ken I was at the shirra's the day; for, God help me, I gang about a 'gates like the troubled spirit; and wha suld come whirling there in a post-chaise, but Monkbarns in an unco carfuffle --- now, it's no a little thing that will make his honour take a chaise and post-horse twa days rinnin'. '' The Antiquary
  • “Ye maun ken I was at the shirra’s the day; for, God help me, I gang about a’ gates like the troubled spirit; and wha suld come whirling there in a post-chaise, but Monkbarns in an unco carfuffle — now, it’s no a little thing that will make his honour take a chaise and post-horse twa days rinnin’.” The Antiquary
  • This turquoise shirred charmeuse dress features twisted straps, padded bra cups, side-zip closure and a crisscross back.
  • Rosie's bath picks up the bedroom's palette in the pastel yellow wallpaper scattered with flowers and a soft shirred fabric that conceals the contents in the vanity's tall cabinets.
  • When I get around to shirring an egg, I'll try this.
  • The trick of shirring and simmering the eggs in seasoned cream is timing and temperature.
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