To shut in

Definition of To shut in

To inclose; to confine
To cover or intercept the view of; as, one point shuts in another.
- Cen. vii. 16.

See also: Shut Shut

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To shift the scene
To ship the oars
To shoot ahead
To shoot out the lip
To shorten a rope
To shorten sail
To shout at
To shove the queer
To show forth
To show his paces
To show off
To show one's head
To show the cloven foot
To show the heels
To show the teeth
To show the white feather
To show up
To shrink on
To shuffe off
To shuffe up
-To shut in-
To shut in the land
To shut off
To shut out
To shut together
To shut up
To sift out
To sing placebo
To sit
To sit at
To sit at chambers
To sit at meat
To sit down
To sit for a fellowship
To sit on brood
To sit out
To sit under
To sit up
To size up
To skin a flint
To slam to
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