/ (ʃæt) /

  1. taboo a past tense and past participle of shit taboo

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How to use shat in a sentence

  • We soon struck a herd of about 8,000 camels feeding on the grass and briars along the shat-El-Chebar.

    Looking Back | Merrick Abner Richardson
  • The defenders fled and the British force sailed up the shat-el-Arab.

  • It had been intended for the bridge some distance up the shat-el-hai.

    The Secrets of a Kuttite | Edward O. Mousley
  • About the same time the cavalry captured twelve hundred and fifty Turks on the shat-el-Adhaim.

    The Leicestershires beyond Baghdad | Edward John Thompson
  • The miserable host toiled slowly onward towards its destruction, marching in a south-westerly direction through shat and Rahad.

    The River War | Winston S. Churchill