prostration; a pit. (1.) One of Abraham's sons by Keturah (Gen. 25:2; Chr. 1:32). (2.) 1 Chr. 4:11.
"To be shuah, ma'am," said the Negro lad to whom Tiara had spoken.
He shuah heard the bullet whistle by him, chuckled the other policeman.
Ah mean, ole Satan is shuah gwine ter be in de gale ter-night!
Tips is comin easy for George this mornin, he said; they shuah is.
"Dat man am shuah some mighty 'stravagant punkins, in he's own mind," he remarked.
You shuah does look soft an dreamy, honey, Martha told her once.
I dunno what dem names mean, but for shuah Ill do jes what you tells me to if youll lem me have de meat.
A while ago, lookin at you, I shuah was scared you was goin to blow away!
shuah, deh expected de 40 acres of lan' an mules, but deh had to work foh dem.
He did not have a sharp sense of the ludicrous, and only remarked, I guess as how dese cloes was made for anudder man, shuah.