Shill

Shill

, v. t. [Cf. Sheal.] To put under cover; to sheal. [Prov.ng.] Brockett.
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{

Shil*la"lah

,

Shil*le"lah

} (?), n. An oaken sapling or cudgel; any cudgel; -- so called from Shillelagh, a place in Ireland of that name famous for its oaks. [Irish]
[Written also shillaly, and shillely.]

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