Definition of Shuttled

1. Verb. (past of shuttle) ¹



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Definition of Shuttled

1. shuttle [v] - See also: shuttle

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Shuttled

shutting up
shuttle bus
shuttle diplomacy
shuttle flow
shuttle helicopter
shuttle vector
shuttlecock
shuttlecock fern
shuttlecocked
shuttlecocking
shuttlecocks
shuttlecork
shuttlecraft
shuttlecrafts
shuttled (current term)
shuttleless
shuttler
shuttlers
shuttles
shuttlewise
shuttling
shutup
shvitz
shvitzed
shvitzes
shvitzing
shwa
shwanpan
shwanpans

Literary usage of Shuttled

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1. The Mirage by DePauw University (1886)
"... that shuttled the grab. Her sleeves were tucked under, her skirt—well, no wonder I fasted so often down there at the cluh; You see, I was able to gaze ..."

2. Remains, Historical and Literary, Connected with the Palatine Counties of by Chetham Society (1904)
"... who lived at the Turf Lane End wove their goods, known as " shutter go down," for old " Nim at th' Dob Lone," which were three shuttled, six red and six ..."

3. Edinburgh Medical Journal (1905)
"... instance by influences from the environment, but that they are subsequently shuttled and re-shuttled during the repeated acts of sexual reproduction. ..."

4. One Hundred Mass Play Games. by Frank S. Wyatt (1921)
"The ball is shuttled in this way back and forth until all the members of each column have kicked the ball. The winner is determined by the position of the ..."

5. An Inverted Sort of Prayer by Chris F. Needham (2006)
"On cue they wheeled about, bent forward from their waists and arched their backs, then shuttled their buttocks up and down against our crotches, ..."

6. The Odyssey of Homer by Homer, William Morris (1887)
"... So here and there o'er the sea-flood the wild wind shuttled her, 330 And whiles the South would give her to be borne by the North wind strong, ..."

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