Definition of Shush

1. Verb. Silence (someone) by uttering 'shush!'.

Generic synonyms: Hush, Hush Up, Quieten, Shut Up, Silence, Still



Definition of Shush

1. Verb. (onomatopoeia) To be quiet; to keep quiet. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Shush

1. to silence [v -ED, -ING, -ES] - See also: silence

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Shush

shunter
shunters
shunting
shuntings
shunts
shunworthy
shunyata
shup
shura
shurangiz
shuras
shure
shurely shome mishtake
shuriken
shurikens
shush (current term)
shushed
shusher
shushers
shushes
shushing
shusse hiro
shut
shut-eye
shut-in
shut-in personality
shut-ins
shut-off
shut-offs
shut away

Literary usage of Shush

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Travels in Luristan and Arabistan by C. A. De Bode (1845)
"Visit to the ruins of shush, or Shus (ancient Susa). ... Jealousy of the Arabs of strangers touching any of the marble fragments at shush. ..."

2. Travels in Luristan and Arabistan by C. A. De Bode (1845)
"Visit to the ruins of shush, or Shus (ancient Susa). ... The ruins of shush lie four hours' hard riding from Di/ful, in a direction SSW, on the right bank ..."

3. New Light on the Bible and the Holy Land by Basil Thomas Alfred Evetts (1892)
"... with a strong desire to bring to light some of the treasures concealed beneath the three mounds which the natives at the present day designate as shush. ..."

4. Travels and Researches in Chaldæa and Susiana: With an Account of by William Kennett Loftus (1857)
"As history, tradition, and, to some extent, the names, agree, we are justified in assuming that the rains of shush represent the shushan of the Bible, ..."

5. A General Bibliographical Dictionary by Friedrich Adolf Ebert, Arthur Browne (1837)
"Caetano de shush, ib. 1744. fol. Ven., Sabbio, 1541. 4°. 30 leaves Lisb. 1652-66. fol. T. 4. рог Ant. suppressed on account of several religious 3523 ..."

6. At the Court of Amîr: A Narrative by John Alfred Gray (1895)
"The erring Hakim. Courtesy of His Highness. "Microbes." Illness. Elephant riding. A grateful peasant. Dangerous passes. The Durbar at shush- ..."

7. At the Court of the Amir by John Alfred Gray (1901)
"The erring Hakim. Courtesy of His Highness. "Microbes." Illness. Elephant riding. A grateful peasant. Dangerous passes. The Durbar at shush- ..."

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