Definition of Shandies

1. Noun. (plural of shandy) ¹



¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Shandies

1. shandy [n] - See also: shandy

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Shandies

shampoolike
shampoos
shamrock
shamrock pea
shamrocklike
shamrocks
shams
shamshir
shamus
shamuses
shan't
shana tova
shanachie
shanachies
shand
shandies (current term)
shandite
shandries
shandry
shandrydan
shandrydans
shands
shandy
shandygaff
shandygaffs
shanghai
shanghaied
shanghaier
shanghaiers
shanghaiing

Literary usage of Shandies

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1. The American and English Encyclopedia of Law by John Houston Merrill, Charles Frederic Williams, Thomas Johnson Michie, David Shephard Garland (1890)
"Ex farte shandies, 66 Ala. 134. See Hopkins r. Thomas, 80 Ga. ... Ex parte shandies, 66 Ala. 134. Nor will a writ of mandamus lie to compel a sheriff to ..."

2. Expertise in Design: Design Thinking Rresearh Symposium 6 by Yusuf Pisan, Nigel Cross, Ernest A. Edmonds (2003)
"This abstract plan is simply written in JACK: plan Win extends Plan { shandies event ... extends Plan { shandies event ..."

3. The Library of Literary Criticism of English and American Authors by Charles Wells Moulton (1902)
"There is a great deal of affectation in Sterne, to be sure ; but still the characters of Trim and the two shandies are most individual and delightful. ..."

4. The Library of Literary Criticism of English and American Authors by Charles Wells Moulton (1902)
"There is a great deal of affectation in Sterne, to be sure ; but still the characters of Trim and the two shandies are most individual and delightful. ..."

5. The Life of Laurence Sterne by Percy Hetherington Fitzgerald (1864)
"D.," that he also passed away seasonably in the early half of 1759—for just then was the nephew at his desk, busy with the two first shandies, which were to ..."

6. Coleridge's Literary Criticism by Samuel Taylor Coleridge, John William Mackail (1908)
"There is a great deal of affectation in Sterne, to be sure; but still the characters of Trim and the two shandies are most individual and delightful. ..."

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