Naomi gripped the bar, glancing back and forth between her hands and making “shush” noises to focus.
When Barack Obama tried to shush "loose talk of war," he got as much traction as a vicar giving a sermon during a soccer riot.
I was just about to say he could when again that shush, shush!
Navel tried to shush him, embarrassed, but he doggedly went on.
I listened, and sure enough I heard the shush, shush of something moving in the dead leaves and dry grass a little distance away.
Being at a little distance from her, Bert had no chance to shush her outspoken comments.
The orderly stopped pushing his chair and the nurse rushed forward to shush them sternly, but it barely dampened the calls.
To tell someone to be quiet and stop talking • Very often a command: ''Shush!'' he shouted, uselessly, to the large noisy hound
[1905+; the dated form is spelled sush]