shover

[ US /ˈʃəvɝ/ ]
NOUN
  1. someone who pushes
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How To Use shover In A Sentence

  • Minutes after they escaped, there was a fire flashover and the whole building went up in flames.
  • Most had fresh bruises, which he himself no doubt had inflicted, and looked to be even easier pushovers than before.
  • This little package of dense black fur is fearless but unaggressive, happy to please but not a pushover, a tad stubborn but a complete lovebug.
  • No climate of mutual respect will be fostered if the Federation is nothing more than a pushover ready to do the administration's bidding whenever asked.
  • From the time a fire first breaks out to flashover, when everything catches on fire, can take as little as three minutes.
  • One way to prevent flashover is to add some conductivity to the surface of the insulator, so charge can bleed away before it builds up.
  • It doesn't help that she looks like a complete pushover, her heart-shaped face, blue eyes and perfect Cupid's-bow mouth radiating sweetness and light.
  • This method a simple understanding of the radiation processes in compartment fires such flashover.
  • However, they were rewarded soon after as Brook touched down a pushover from ten metres.
  • The interview was an absolute pushover.
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