She shirred and sewed together a piece of cloth about three yards around.
Melon or berries, broiled ham, shirred eggs, creamed potatoes.
Half curtains of white muslin are shirred on the sashes back of the dressing-table.
Then a small heading is made on one side of the strip that is to be shirred.
French were the shirred, silk shades upon the electric lamps, French the music upon the chic rosewood piano.
When Hennessy heard of it he shirred his mouth into a pucker and whistled ecstatically.
Butter a shirred egg dish, crack two eggs into it, and season with salt and pepper.
shirred eggs are usually served in the individual dishes they are baked in.
How thankful I was that I had put on my blue organdie and my shirred hat!
Una saw that it was lined with shirred red satin and had red tassels.
"to gather (cloth) on parallel threads," 1860 (implied in shirring), back-formation from shirred (1847), from shirr (n.) "elastic webbing," of unknown origin.