or shil·la·la, shil·la·lah, shil·le·lah
noun (esp. in Ireland)
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Origin of shillelagh
Words nearby shillelagh
Example sentences from the Web for shillelagh
Saying which, he flourished his shillelagh before the slipper merchant's face, and then gave him a smart tap on his head.Jack Harkaway's Boy Tinker Among The Turks|Bracebridge Hemyng
The shillelagh was not a mere stick picked up for a few pence, or cut casually out of the common hedge.
The shillelagh was then a beautiful, tough, formidable weapon, and when tipped with an iron ferrule was quite ready for action.
They wove no mild sort of halo for the head of a shillelagh-flourishing Whitechapel Countess descended from the writer and doer.The Amazing Marriage, Complete|George Meredith
His bludgeon, or—considering his present connection—may we say his shillelagh?