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(tr, adverb) NZ to separate off (sheep that have lambed) and move them to better pasture
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How to use shed out in a sentence
So, with cloud of menace and fire of wrath shed out about the deceased gods and the new philosophies, the first part ends.William Blake|Algernon Charles Swinburne
“Leaves are not more shed out of trees than Bibles are shed out of you,” says the poet.The Letters of Anne Gilchrist and Walt Whitman|Walt Whitman
Something might be added, too, for my sake, to wipe away the tears which I shall shed out of pity for Glaucus.Quo Vadis|Henryk Sienkiewicz
The cows were in the barn, where they had plenty of food, but there were six new calves in a shed out in the field.Little Greta of Denmark|Bernadine Bailey
Then for some time could be heard a great bustle and clatter in the shed out yonder.The Day of Wrath|Maurus Jkai