/ (ʃuːl) /

  1. a dialect word for shovel

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How to use shool in a sentence

  • I looked about, and saw a building which I took to be a shool (synagogue), as there were Hebrew posters stuck outside.

    Ghetto Comedies | Israel Zangwill
  • She thought that her prayers might be heard, that God would consider her plight if she wept out her heart to Him in the shool.

    Ghetto Comedies | Israel Zangwill
  • But there is yet another lesson to be learnt in the public shool of husbandry —the lesson of mutual assistance.

    The Economist | Xenophon
  • The war raged five times twenty-four hours, till the Great shool in Kamenivke carried the day.

    Yiddish Tales | Various
  • Not in a corner where no one sees or hears, but before all the people in the great shool, in the principal shool of the town.

    Yiddish Tales | Various