Definition of Sheens

1. Verb. (third-person singular of sheen) ¹



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Definition of Sheens

1. sheen [v] - See also: sheen

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sheens

sheeling
sheels
sheely
sheen
sheene
sheened
sheeney
sheeneys
sheenful
sheenie
sheenier
sheenies
sheeniest
sheening
sheenly
sheens (current term)
sheeny
sheep
sheep's eye
sheep's eyes
sheep's fescue
sheep's sorrel
sheep-dip
sheep-dipped
sheep-dipping
sheep-dips
sheep-faced
sheep-headed
sheep-like
sheep-pox

Literary usage of Sheens

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1. Garden Flowers: How to Cultivate Them. A Treatise on the Culture of Hardy by Edward Sprague Rand (1866)
"sheens-scabious. [Campanulaceae.] Pretty dwarf herbs, bearing blue flowers collected in heads. The annuals may be sown in the borders in May, and require no ..."

2. The Life Primer by Charles Richard Tuttle (1906)
"14—There are molecular sheens, or colors, and there are cellular sheens, ... The molecular sheens are always visible to human sight, when conditions for ..."

3. The Whistler at the Plough: Containing Travels, Statistics, and Descriptions by Alexander Somerville (1852)
"And they was all to go and break the ' sheens' as the farmers had got to do the ... They ha' got three sheens now in this place, now at this very time; ..."

4. The London Magazine by John Scott, John Taylor (1827)
"Is it right to acquit men who have cut babies' heads off, because such babies happen to be described in the indictment as Beadles alias sheens, instead of ..."

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