shush

[ UK /ʃˈʌʃ/ ]
VERB
  1. silence (someone) by uttering `shush!'
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How To Use shush In A Sentence

  • Weez she prefer chorizo to liver I wonderin how this one feel Blood T said but then shushed. RANDOM ACTS OF SENSELESS VIOLENCE
  • On the surface, it seems the radio babblers have been unceremoniously shushed.
  • Now shush and plug in the hair dryer - I've got some hair to toss!
  • (`More likely VD ," Essie's brother had muttered and had been soundly shushed. FAIRYLAND
  • Thelma Lou runs to him, holds him, shushes in his ear.
  • People being shushed often give the shusher a dirty look, but as long as they shut up, you win! Ask Amy
  • The display would likely be greeted by pandemonium, emphatic shushing, or shocked silence.
  • Her voice thinned down to a whisper as people turned to shush her.
  • A heavily moustached man, upon noticing us, shushes his compadres: ‘Shut up, there are people here!’
  • I could feel several people wanting to shush her, and holding back with difficulty. DEATH IN PURPLE PROSE
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