Examples of shack in a Sentence
an old shack in the woods
a farmer's shack out in the fields that's used for lambing and as a shelter from storms
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Most of the project would be built with metal paneling with the exception of a guard shack at the entrance, which will be brick, and a few concrete structures.
One of this year’s more intriguing entries is this Stockyards shack — walk-up window, outside seating — where onions, grilled or fried, are cooked into the patties.
But the sea-savvy islanders worried about the vets’ flimsy shacks on the beach, only a foot or two above sea level.
Martha Lou’s Kitchen, run by 87-year-old Martha Lou Gadsden, might be the most famous—praise from local chefs like Sean Brock transformed this tiny pink shack into a tourist pilgrimage.
This NoDa burger shack has been pumping out delicious, hot-off-the-griddle burgers since 1973.
African American entrepreneur Lovie Yancey started her first restaurant — calling it Mr. Fatburger — in a shack in Exposition Park in South Los Angeles 70 years ago, catering to many area entertainers such as Ray Charles.
For many of us, that's like moving from a hunting shack deep in the woods to a brand new house with electricity and indoor plumbing.
The shack is a community convenience store sparsely stocked with candy and potato chips, basic medicines, stationery and everyday essentials.
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Origin and Etymology of shack
First Known Use: 1878See Words from the same year
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