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Noun(1) a hand tool for lifting loose material; consists of a curved container or scoop and a handle(2) the quantity a shovel can hold(3) a fire iron consisting of a small shovel used to scoop coals or ashes in a fireplace(4) a machine for excavating
Verb(1) dig with or as if with a shovel
(1) I like how all the grandmas from within flirt with me when I shovel the sidewalk.(2) Apparently I'm a bad enough singer that it makes her laugh, and when she opens her mouth to laugh, I can shovel food in.(3) A good man to handle a shovel or spade, Eddie went quietly about his business, a gentleman throughout his life.(4) At five Christine got up to go out and shovel the walk.(5) There's a little over a foot on the ground now, and we'll soon be heading out to my aunt's house to shovel her sidewalk and walkway!(6) After propping the shovel against the side of the building, I stamped the snow off my shoes and stepped into the warmth of the office, closing the door against the cold.(7) As for Vikings fans, well, don't they have a bunch of snow to shovel or something?(8) Canmore town council approved first and second readings for a bylaw that will require Canmorites to shovel their sidewalks within 48 hours of snow falling.(9) Make sure you have snowmelt and a snow shovel on hand.(10) In his 1911 book, The Principles of Scientific Management, Taylor had written about Schmidt, whose job was to shovel coal.(11) The city's snow - clearing trucks were slow off the mark, leaving angry shopkeepers to shovel their pavements.(12) He comes over the snow with a shovel and an old dog and scoops up a heap of bare soil left by the moles at night.(13) I pay the kid down the street $2 to shovel my walk, and his mother thinks it builds character.(14) Once the first few inches of ice formed, men were put on the ice to shovel any snow that fell.(15) Ren muttered, quickly beginning to shovel his food into his mouth.(16) The shovel 's blade carved a little trail in the snow and he tried to step only in that trail, not sure why it mattered but anxious not to stray outside the parallel lines.
(1) snow shovel :: rhaw eira
1. spade ::
3. dig ::
4. excavate ::
Different Formsshovel, shoveled, shovelful, shovelfuls, shoveling, shovelling, shovels
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