noun \ˈshüd\
variants: or



Definition of shood



  1. 1 dialectal, England :  the husk of oats after threshing

  2. 2 :  rice husks or similar refuse used in adulterating linseed cake

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Origin and Etymology of shood

akin to Middle Low German schōde covering, pod, Old High German scōta, Old English hȳd skin, hide — more at hide

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to criticize severely

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