There is still time for one more non-Mitt to get his shakedown cruise, even before Iowa.
Lies, Forstmann tells Charlie Gasparino exclusively, from a "shakedown artist."
This money is yours—and you will have a shakedown for the night—only on condition that you stick to what you've said.
We'll scare you up a shakedown to sleep on and you're welcome as welcome.
He accordingly threw himself on the shakedown, and in a short time, as was evident by his snoring, fell into a profound sleep.
I'll come in later, and if they'll make me a shakedown, I'll stay with you to-night.
You and I are to sleep here, Mary,” she said, “and Peter is to have a shakedown in the sitting-room.
"He said he'd beg a shakedown at your house, Violet," George interrupted.
Those who could not give the royal lady a shakedown had special bedrooms fitted up and lied about them.
He walked absently through the not-unpleasant routine of the shakedown.
[final sense fr shakedown cruise; all senses fr the notion of a vigorous shaking of a person or place to reveal something hidden, a flaw, etc]