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Shod All Round (Grose 1811 Dictionary)

Shod All Round

A parson who attends a funeral is said to be shod all round, when he receives a hat-band, gloves, and scarf: many shoeings being only partial.

Definition taken from The 1811 Dictionary of the Vulgar Tongue, originally by Francis Grose.

Sh-t-ng Through the Teeth * Shoemaker’s Stocks

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To Sherry
Shifting
Shifting Ballast
Shillaley
Shilly-shally
Shindy
Shine
Ship Shape
Sh-t Sack
Sh-t-ng Through the Teeth
Shod All Round
Shoemaker’s Stocks
To Shoole
To Shoot the Cat
Shop
Shoplifter
Short-heeled Wench
Shot
Shotten Herring
To Shove the Tumbler
Shove In the Mouth