- shaving cream,
- shaving horse,
- shaving soap,
- shaw, anna howard,
- shaw, artie,
- shaw, george bernard,
- shaw, henry wheeler,
- shaw, richard norman
Origin of shaw
Examples from the Web for shaw
“Mistletoe infections can be a symptom of larger problems,” notes Shaw.
The books in the study include a set of Shaw's plays with the first volume inscribed to Hitchcock from GBS.Alfred Hitchcock’s Fade to Black: The Great Director’s Final Days|David Freeman|December 13, 2014|DAILY BEAST
After all, many of the voters had come with an “anybody but Shaw” mentality.
Shaw put himself right alongside the line and took a minute to shake hands and greet each delegate.
Zaun picked up a large number of delegates as well while Shaw held steady.
By 1928 I was still in the air corps, instructing, and reading Shaw.Test Pilot|David Goodger (firstname.lastname@example.org)
The place was kept by a Mr. Shaw, who is said to have died of a broken heart.
At the same instant Commander Shaw touched Robert on the shoulder and called "time."An Annapolis First Classman|Lt.Com Edward L. Beach
"I sometimes think I'd rather see a boa-constrictor crawling into my room than see Shaw down on the sidewalk," she ended.The Girl in the Mirror|Elizabeth Garver Jordan
It is said—by Shaw's warmest enemies—to be witty, entertaining, and dramatically boneless.Iconoclasts|James Huneker
Word Origin for shaw
"strip of wood forming the border of a field," 1570s, from Old English sceaga "copse," cognate with North Frisian skage "farthest edge of cultivated land," Old Norse skage "promontory," and perhaps with Old English sceaga "rough matted hair" (see shag (n.)). The Old English word also is the source of the surname Shaw (attested from late 12c.) and its related forms.