Examples of shush in a Sentence
The librarian shushed the noisy children.
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Here’s another typical account that sums up how the complaints lodged by black women were frequently ignored or shushed: Christie Van arrived at Chicago Assembly with the influx of transfers in 2012.
Bellinger, during a double-and-homer breakout game in Houston, shushed the road crowd; back in L.A., Joc Pederson hit a home run and signaled to one of his teammates to pay off a bet.
The players shush each other in anticipation and look to Wilkerson, standing in the middle of the huddle.
In a trailer released by HBO over the weekend, David is as bitter as ever, shushing a grieving woman at a funeral and asking a couple not to be affectionate in front of him.
Librarians on the second floor of the library’s main branch on Saturday were encouraging noisy visitors rather than shushing them as a few hundred people danced to blaring music or talked excitedly over vinyl records.
While some outlets seized on Trump rolling his eyes and shushing a reporter for asking questions about his policies, the Twitterverse erupted, pointing out the lack of racial and gender diversity in the class.
Several audience members tried to shush Loomer by booing.
Reed is known for his ruthless Ryder Cup style — pumping up American crowds and shushing those overseas — and for his docile performances in major championships.
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Origin and Etymology of shush
First Known Use: 1925See Words from the same year
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