Examples of shush in a Sentence
The librarian shushed the noisy children.
Recent Examples of shush from the Web
Nothing is more off-putting than clothes that warn you off from wearing them, that shush you.
Because all babies have a special, soothing, calming reflex that is switched on by mimicking five womb sensations babies love, called the 5 S’s: swaddling, side/stomach position, shushing, swinging and sucking.
Pique had held a finger to his mouth to shush the rival supporters after Barcelona's late equaliser against their Catalan opponents, ensuring the 31-year-old was at the centre of a post-match storm between the two clubs.
Atletico Madrid star Antoine Greizmann reacted angrily to the Los Rojiblancos fans and told them to shush during their 1-0 win over Valencia at the Wanda Metropolitano on Sunday night.
On Sunday, between shushing her parents and watching yet another male artist take home an award, Blue Ivy Carter was photographed having snack time at the Grammys, with Beyoncé acting as official holder of said snacks and juice box.
The six-year-old was caught on camera appearing to shush her mother before warning her father not to clap as well.
Even the Most Important Celebrity of the Night, Blue Ivy Carter, shushed her parents while wearing an impeccable white suit.
Honorable mention Galloping off the Cotton Bowl field for the last time on an imaginary horse; Baker Mayfield shushing the crowd at Tennessee in 2015; Promoting Dede Westbrook for Heisman.
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Origin and Etymology of shush
First Known Use: 1925See Words from the same year
SHUSH Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of shush for English Language Learners
: to tell (someone) to be quiet
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