Definition of Shambly

1. Adjective. Shambling; not coordinated or graceful; clumsy. ¹



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Definition of Shambly

1. awkwardly [adj SHAMBLIER, SHAMBLIEST]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Shambly

shamata
shamateur
shamateurism
shamateurs
shamba
shambas
shamble
shambled
shambler
shamblers
shambles
shamblier
shambling
shamblingly
shamblings
shambly (current term)
shambolic
shambolically
shame
shame, shame
shame on you
shame plant
shameable
shameably
shamed
shamefaced
shamefacedly
shamefacedness
shamefast
shamefastly

Literary usage of Shambly

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1. Publications of the Colonial Society of Massachusetts by Colonial Society of Massachusetts (1905)
"Johns, & that I must tarry for he could not spare me, I send the Reg', off as soon as I can, an express arrive from shambly to Montreal, & Informs us that ..."

2. Transactions by Colonial Society of Massachusetts (1905)
"Johns, & that I must tarry for he could not spare me, I send the Reg', off as soon as I can, an express arrive from shambly to Montreal, & Informs us that ..."

3. Transactions by Colonial Society of Massachusetts (1905)
"Stark,a with part of his Reg! we are in Company together on the way to Sorell we lodge this Night, about 10 miles below shambly. J™ Fair this morning Clear ..."

4. Library of the World's Best Literature: Ancient and Modern by Charles Dudley Warner (1902)
"His loose shambly frame was nearly bare to the bones, his light sunburnt hair hung long and straight round his thin jaws and white eyes, that shone with a ..."

5. Recollections of a Long Life, 1829-1915 by Isaac Stephenson (1915)
"The city of Oshkosh, Wisconsin, had no federal building and the post-office at Milwaukee was a shambly, inadequate structure which occupied the site on ..."

6. Recollections of a Long Life, 1829-1915 by Isaac Stephenson (1915)
"The city of Oshkosh, Wisconsin, had no federal building and the post-office at Milwaukee was a shambly, inadequate structure which occupied the site on ..."

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