Reverse Dictionary: SEXA – SHAL


SEX APPEAL – ADJECTIVES
UNCUNTY unattractive, lacking sex appeal …1970s sl.

SEX APPEAL – NOUNS
ANTS sexual excitement; sex appeal …1941 Amer. sl.
IT sex appeal; the ability to sexually stimulate persons of the opposite sex …1904 sl. US colloq.
MAGOO sex appeal …1935 Amer. sl.
MAGOO, THE sex appeal …1942 Amer. sl.
MCGOO sex appeal …1935 Amer. sl.
OLD MAGOO, THE sex appeal …1942 Amer. sl.
OOMPH sex appeal …1937 colloq.
S.A. Sex Appeal …1926 sl.
TITS AND ARSE;  TITS AND ASS sex appeal; women viewed as nothing more than sex objects …1950s sl. 
ZAZZLE exaggerated sexuality; sex appeal …20C US sl.

SEX APPEAL – NOUNS, PERSON
COLD BISCUIT a person lacking any apparent sex appeal …1961 US high school jargon
HEAD Bk1970 US students’ sl. – a woman with definite sex appeal
PEPSI RAG Bk1970 US students’ sl. – a girl with considerable sex appeal; implies the willingness to share it
SAM a male with sex appeal and magnetism …1965 Amer. sl. 
SEX KITTEN a young woman who asserts her sex appeal …1958 sl.


SEXIST – NOUNS, PERSON
– a sexist or lecherous man PIG 1546 derogatory


SEXTON – NOUNS, PERSON
BEDERAL;  BEDRAL;  BEDREL an inferior church officer in Scotland, often combining those of clerk, beadle, sexton, gravedigger, bellringer …1815 Sc.
BEDLAR an inferior church officer in Scotland, often combining those of clerk, beadle, sexton, gravedigger, bellringer …1815 Sc.
BEDMAN a sexton …1702 Eng. dial.
BETHERAL an inferior church officer in Scotland, often combining those of clerk, beadle, sexton, gravedigger, bellringer …1815 Sc.
SACRISTAN the sexton of a parish church …c1375 obs. or arch.
SAXON the sexton of a church …Bk1877 Eng. dial.
SAXTON a sexton …Bk1875 Eng. dial.


SEXUAL HARASSMENT – NOUNS
– sexual harassment by men SNERTING 1990s Amer. sl.


SEXUALITY – NOUNS
– pictures of women in clothing and poses that emphasize their sexuality LEG ART 1930s Amer. sl.
– sexuality in general VENUS 16C


SEXY – ADJECTIVES (also see ATTRACTIVE)
BABELICIOUS of a woman: very beautiful, very sexy …1990s sl.
BAD marvellous, wonderful; deeply satisfying; stunningly attractive or stylish; sexy …1897 US sl., esp. African-American usage
DISHY sexy …20C colloq.
DROOLY sexy …1990s US sl.
FABULICIOUS good; good-tasting; often used of a sexually appealing man …1997 US sl.
FAT sexy …Bk2006 US sl.
FLAMING sexy …1990s US students’ sl.
FOXY stylish-looking, attractive, sexy …1895 Amer. dial.
FRENCHY sexually attractive, sexy …20C US sl.
FRIGGISH sexy …1960s sl.
HAIRY desirable, sexy …M19 sl.
HOT sexually attractive, sexy …1929-31 Amer. sl.
HUMPY handsome, sexy …1968 US homosexual usage
LUSHY sexy, voluptuous …1980s US college sl.
NASTY sexy …1991 Amer. sl.
RACY sexy …20C US
SCANKY;  SKANKY of a woman: attractive, sexy …1970s sl., orig. African-American
SESKY Bk1970 US sl. – sexy
SMOOCHY 1966 – amorous; sexy; of music: suitable for accompanying slow, close dancing
WARM of a woman: sexy, provocative …L19 sl.
ZAFTIG sexy; buxom …1932 US sl.
ZOFTIG sexy; buxom …1932 US sl.

SEXY – NOUNS, PERSON
AMAZON an attractive, sexy woman …1960s US students’ sl.
BAG OF SNAKES a lively, sexy young woman …1984 sl.
BEAUHUNK a good-looking male; a sexy-looking boy  …Bk1989 Amer. sl.
BEEF-A-RONI a sexy male …1985 US college sl.
CARAMEL SUNDAE an attractive, sexy, medium- to light-skinned Black woman …1990s African-American teen sl.
DANGERMUFF an extremely attractive, sexy woman …1990s sl.
EVIL WOMAN Bk1971 US students’ sl. – a sexy female
FINE WOLF a sexy or desirable man …Bk2006 US sl.
GALIMAUFRY;  GALLIMAUFRY a mistress; a sexually appealing woman …c1597 UK sl.
GAOL-BAIT a sexually alluring girl under the legal age of consent viewed as a sex object …1930 colloq.
HOG 1980s US students’ sl. – a sexually appealing male
MACK DADDY a very good-looking young man; a handsome, sexy male …1992 African-American sl.
MINK a feral sexy woman …Bk2002 African-American sl. 
NYMPHET a sensuous and sexy young woman …1955 US colloq.
SNAPPER a very attractive girl; a very sexy girl …20C sl.
SPUNK a sexy, good-looking person …1978 Aust. sl.
WARM BIT a promiscuous, sexy woman …1699 UK sl. 
YOUNG SPUNK a sexy, good-looking person …1978 Aust. sl.

SEXY – PHRASES
ALL B AND B used of a well-built, sexy woman (All Bosom and Bottom) …1940s sl.

SEXY – VERBS
SEX UP to make more sexy …1942 sl.


SHABBILY, SHABBY, SHABBINESS – ADJECTIVES
 BAGGED OUT without style, shabby, run-down …1980s US sl.
– BREEKLAN shabby in appearance, in person, or in dress …Bk1911 Sc.
– CALFISH mean, shabby …Bk1898 Eng. dial.
– DAUDNEL shabby in appearance …Bk1900 Sc.
– DEADBEAT shabby and grungy; down and out …20C Aust. sl.
– DOG-EARED worn, creased, and rumpled; shabby, unkempt …19C Amer. sl.
 DOWN-AT-HEEL characterized by shabbiness, disrepair, neglect, or destitution; having a shabby or run-down appearance …1856
 DOWN-AT-HEELED characterized by shabbiness, disrepair, neglect, or destitution; having a shabby or run-down appearance …1884 rare
 DUDDY ragged, shabby; esp. used of a child …1718 Sc. obs.
– GRUNDY dirty, shabby, grimy, filthy, disgusting; disreputable, unpleasant …1966 Amer. sl.
– GRUNGY dirty, shabby, grimy, filthy, disgusting; disreputable, unpleasant …1966 Amer. sl.
– MISERLY wretched, mean, shabby …1900 Sc.  obs.
– OFF OF THE HOOKS shabby, worn out, ailing …Bk1905 Eng. dial.
– OFF THE HOOKS shabby, worn out …Bk1905 Eng. dial.
– OLD in old clothes; shabby …1596 obs. rare
– PAKIT-LIKE having the appearance of a prostitute; having a shabby, exhausted appearance …Bk1905 Sc.
– PALTERLY paltry, mean, shabby, worthless, mean…1666-7 obs. exc. Eng. dial.
POKY c1854 obs. – shabby, dowdy; said of dress, etc.
– RATTY run-down, ramshackle, unkempt, shabby; untidy and in poor condition …1856 US colloq.
RUSTY 1602 – of clothes: faded through use; worn, shabby
RUSTY a1425 – of a person, esp. an elderly one: shabby, decrepit
– SCABBED mean, paltry, worthless, petty; ill-looking, shabby …1794 Sc. & Eng. dial.
– SCABBIT mean, worthless, shabby, paltry …1701 Sc.
– SCABBY dirty, shabby; worthless; mean, stingy; contemptible …1851 Eng. dial.
– SCAGGIE tarnished, shabby …1825 Sc.
– SCALY shabby …M19 sl.
– SCHICKERY shabby, bad …M19 sl.
– SCOORY;  SCOURIE;  SCOURY;  SCOWRY of clothes: shabby, worn, threadbare …1721 Sc. 
– SCRAGGY shabby …1946 US
– SCRUNGY grimy, shabby …1974 sl., chiefly US
– SHACKY shabby, shoddy …1935 Amer. dial.
– SHAG-BAG shabby and worthless; poor in quality …1888 colloq.
– SHAN poor, mean, shabby …E18 Sc. & N. Eng. dial.
– SHIKERRY shabby, bad, shaky, doubtful …Bk1892 Aust. sl.
– TACKEY;  TACKY of clothing or appearance: unfashionable, dowdy; untidy, slovenly, shabby; gaudy, tawdry …1862 Amer. sl.
– TARGED shabby in appearance; tattered …Bk1905 Sc. obs.
– TATTY shabby, inferior …Bk1999 Aust. sl.
– TICKY untidy, rough, shabby, unpolished, messy …1886 Amer. dial.
TICKY-TACK 1969 US sl. – inferior; shabbily made or done
TICKY-TACKY 1969 US sl. – inferior; shabbily made or done
– TIN-POT resembling a tin pot in quality or sound; hence, contemptuously, without solid worth, shabby, poor, cheap …1765
– UNMENSEFUL unbecoming, ill-dressed, shabby, untidy …Bk1905 N. Eng. dial.
– WAFF shabby, poor in quality …1824 Sc.
– WAFF-LIKE shabby-looking; having a suspicious or disreputable appearance; feeble, of little account …1808 Sc.
 
SHABBILY etc. – ADVERBS
 DOWN AT HEEL so as to be in a poor or shabby condition; in or into a state of disrepair, neglect, or shabbiness …1736
– SCHICKERY shabbily, badly …M19 sl.
 
SHABBILY etc. – NOUNS
– RAUNCH vulgarity, grubbiness, shabbiness, dirtiness …1967 sl., orig. US
– SCOURINESS shabbiness in dress …1814 Sc.
– SCURVY shabbiness, ugliness; unpleasantness of any sort …1970s African-American sl.
TICKY-TACKY 1962 US sl. – shabby materials; insubstantial and inferior goods
– WAFFNESS a shabby appearance …1814 Sc. obs.
 
SHABBILY etc. – NOUNS, PERSON
– BAUCHLE an old, decrepit, or shabby person; later, an insignificant, unimportant or worthless person …1820 Sc.
– BEZONIAN a beggar, a shabby fellow, a scoundrel …1611 obs.
– CAPTAIN QUEERNABS a shabby,  ill-dressed fellow …Bk1890 sl.
– PALMER a shabbily-dressed person, one who goes about looking like a tramp, either through poverty or slovenliness …1808 Sc. 
– QUEER GILL a shabby fellow …19C sl.
– RAG BAG a sloppily dressed woman; a slattern; an untidy or shabbily dressed person …1888 UK sl.
– RIP a reprobate; anything censurable; a shabby mean fellow …1827 sl.
– SANSCULOTTE a man shabbily dressed; a ragged person; a tatterdemalion; a ragamuffin …1812
– SCALY a shabby, mean fellow; a stingy fellow …Bk1823 Eng. dial.
– SCRIBE a thin, lank person or animal; a poor, puling creature; a shabby or oddly-dressed person; a guy …Bk1904 Eng. dial.
– SHABAROON a mean-spirited person; a disreputable person; an ill-dressed, shabby fellow; a ragamuffin …a1700 sl. obs.
– SHAG-BAG a poor, shabby or worthless fellow; an idle, ragged vagabond …a1700 colloq.
– SINGED CAT someone or something having a shabby or unprepossessing appearance, esp. when such an appearance is misleading; a shrewd person of unpretentious appearance …1836 Amer. dial.
– TACKY a shabby, uncultured person, an untidy, neglected, or sloppy person, a backwoodsman …Bk1914 Amer. dial.
– TAT;  TATT a shabby person …1936 sl.
 
SHABBILY etc. – VERBS
– SCAW to spoil or destroy the appearance of, esp. in respect of colour; to make shabby or faded …1772 Sc.


SHACK – NOUNS
– a shack or shelter made of cardboard, paper, plastic, etc., and lived in by a tramp or homeless person BASHER 1987 UK sl.
– a small shack; a very small or primitive house HUMPEY;  HUMPIE;  HUMPY 1873 Aust.

SHACK – NOUNS, PERSON
– a person whose dwelling is a shack SHACKER 1937 Amer. dial.


SHACKLE – NOUNS
BAND anything with which one’s body or limbs are bound, in restraint of personal liberty; a shackle, chain, fetter, manacle …c1200 arch.
DARBIES a set of handcuffs or fetters; shackles …1665 UK sl.. orig. criminals’ usage
GYVE a shackle, esp. for the leg; a fetter …c1275 arch.
HAMPER something that hampers, or prevents freedom of movement; a shackle …1613-16 obs.
HANDLOCK a shackle for the hands; a manacle, a handcuff …1532 obs.
OREGON BOOT a heavy lead collar or shackle fitted around a prisoner’s ankle …1900s US prison sl.

SHACKLE – VERBS
DARBY to handcuff; to shackle …L19 Aust. prison sl.
GYVE to fetter, to shackle …c1290
HAWM to shackle, to clog, to hamper …1890 Eng. dial.


SHADE, SHADED, SHADY – ADJECTIVES
ADUMBRAL of overshadowing nature; shady …1845
AUMRY shady …1850 Eng. dial.
BACK-SUNDERED having a northern aspect, shady …1851 Eng. dial.
BACK-SUNNED having a northern aspect, shady …1851 Eng. dial.
OMBRAGEOUS affording shade; shady …1587
OMBRAGEOUS abounding in shade; shaded by trees or the like …1612
SCOGGY;  SCOKKY shady …1802 Sc. obs.
SCOUK;  SKOOK shade, shelter, protection …Bk1904 Sc.
UMBRACIOUS forming or abounding in shade; shady …1839 rare
UMBRAGEOUS;  UMBRAGIOUS affording shade; shady …1587
UMBRAGEOUS;  UMBRAGIOUS abounding in shade; shaded by trees or the like …1612
UMBRATE shady, umbrageous …1501 obs.
UMBRATILE giving shade, shady …1659
UMBRIFEROUS giving shade; umbrageous …1616
UMBRIPHILOUS shade-loving; growing in the shade …1592 obs.
UMBROSE shady; giving shade …a1425 rare
UMBROSOUS full of shadow; shady …1623 obs.
UMBROUS lying in the shade; shady, shadowed …1480

SHADE etc. – NOUNS
ADUMBRATION overshadowing; shade, obscuration …1653
BERWE a grove, a shady place …c890 obs.
BLACK SPOT an area shaded from the sun …1936 Amer. dial.
SCAA a shade, a shadow …Bk1904 Eng. dial.
SCARROW a shadow; shade …1824 Sc.
SCOUK;  SKOOK shade, shadow; shelter, protection, surveillance …1866 Sc.
SUMMER-HUTCH a building in a garden or park, usually of very simple and often rustic character, designed to provide a cool shady place in the heat of summer…c1440 obs.
UMBER shade, shadow …a1300 obs. exc. Eng. dial.
UMBRA shade; shadow …1638
UMBRACIOUSNESS the quality of giving shade …1661 rare
UMBRACLE shade or shadow; a shady place …c1500 obs.
UMBRAGE shade, shadow …1426 obs.
UMBRAGE shade or shadow cast by trees or the like …1540-1
UMBROSITY the state or condition of being shady …1646 obs. rare
UMERT a place shaded by trees …Bk1905 Eng. dial.

SHADE etc. – VERBS
ADUMBRATE to shade a picture, to represent with due light and shade so as to complete what has been sketched or delineated …1599 obs.
ADUMBRATE to overshadow; to shade, to obscure …1670
OBTENEBRATE to cast a shadow over; to overshadow, to shade, to darken …1611 
OBTENEBRIZE to cast a shadow over; to overshadow, to shade, to darken …1653 obs.
OBUMBER to overshadow; to shade, to obscure …c1420 obs.
OBUMBRATE to overshadow; to shade, to darken; to obscure …1526 rare
SCAUM to envelope in a mist or haze; to shade …1871 Sc.
UMBER to shade, to protect …c1400 obs. exc. Eng. dial.
UMBESHADOW to shade about …a1400 obs.
UMBRAGE to shade or shadow; to overshadow, put in the shade …1647
UMSHADE to shade about, to protect …c1460 obs.


SHADING – NOUNS
ADUMBRATION shading in painting …1531 obs.


SHADOW,  SHADOWED, SHADOWING, SHADOWY – ADJECTIVES
ADUMBRANT shadowing forth, representing an outline …1731 rare
ADUMBRATED shadowed forth; represented faintly or in outline …1706
ADUMBRATIVE having the attribute of shadowing forth, faintly indicating …1837
TWILIGHT  1645 – lighted as by twilight; dim, obscure, shadowy
UMBRATIC shadowy, foreshadowing …a1677 rare
UMBRATICAL serving as a shadow or imperfect representation of something …1633 obs.
UMBRATILE belonging to or resembling a shadow …1632
UMBROSOUS full of shadow; shady …1623 obs.
UMBROUS lying in the shade; shady, shadowed …1480

SHADOW etc. – NOUNS
MUM AND DADDO a shadow …20C Aust. rhyming sl.
SCAA a shade, a shadow …Bk1904 Eng. dial.
SCADDOW shadow …1818 Sc. obs.
SCAIRY a shadow, reflection …1899 Sc.
SCAM a film of vapour, a haze, mist, or shadow …1824 Sc.
SCARROW a shadow; shade …1824 Sc.
SCIOPHOBIA Bk1991 – an abnormal fear of shadows
SCOUK shade, shadow; shelter, protection, surveillance …1866 Sc.
SKERRY a shadow, reflection …1899 Sc.
SKOOK shade, shadow; shelter, protection, surveillance …1866 Sc.
UMBER shade, shadow …a1300 obs. exc. Eng. dial. obs.
UMBRA a mere shadow of something …1634
UMBRA shade; shadow …1638
UMBRACLE shade or shadow; a shady place …c1500 obs.
UMBRAGE shade, shadow …1426 obs.

SHADOW etc. – VERBS
OBTENEBRATE to cast a shadow over; to overshadow, to shade, to darken …1611 
OBTENEBRIZE to cast a shadow over; to overshadow, to shade, to darken …1653 obs.
OBUMBER to cast or make a shadow …a1568 obs.
UMBRAGE to shade or shadow; to overshadow, put in the shade …1647
UMBRATE to shadow …1623 obs.


SHAGGY – ADJECTIVES
BURRY shaggy, rough, as a dog …1568 obs.
SCAGGED shaggy, hairy …1777 Eng. dial. obs.
SCAGGY shaggy, hairy …1777 Eng. dial.
SCRAGGY;  SKRAGGY shaggy …1851 Eng. dial.
TATTERED AS A FOAL of a person: ragged; also, rough, shaggy …c1340 obs.
TATTY tangled, matted, rough, unkempt, shaggy, ragged; untidy and in poor condition …1817 Sc. & Eng. dial. & colloq.
TAUTED matted, esp. of the hair; shaggy; ragged …1786 Sc.
WOOFTY 1990s sl. – unkempt; shaggy; like a dog

SHAGGY – NOUNS, PERSON
OOBIT a ragged, shaggy, or unkempt, hairy person; an uncouth sort of person; an ill-behaved youngster; an insignificant rascal …1856 Sc. 

SHAGGY – VERBS
BESHAG to make shaggy …1868 obs.


SHAKE, SHAKEN, SHAKINESS, SHAKING, SHAKY – ADJECTIVES
– AGITAGIOUS quivering, shaking …?1609 obs.
– BEVERING shaking, trembling …1863 Sc. & Eng. dial.
– ADDLE tumbledown, loose, rickety, shaky …Bk1898 Eng. dial.
– COGGLETY shaky, unsteady, unstable, rickety …19C Eng. dial.
– DADDERING shaking, quivering …1881 Eng. dial.
– DAWTHERING shaky, tottering, trembling …Bk1900 Eng. dial.
– DAWTHERY shaky, tottering, trembling …Bk1900 Eng. dial.
– DICKEY;  DICKY in bad condition; of a low or inferior quality; unsound, shaky …1819
– DIRLING rattling, vibrating, shaking …1878 Sc.
– DITHERY-DODDERY trembling, shivering, shaking …1876 Eng. dial.
– DODDERING shaky, feeble, or infirm, as from old age; foolish, senile …Bk1942 colloq.
– DODDERY shaky, feeble, or infirm, as from old age
– DODDLY nervous, shaky, unsteady; tottering, old, and not very well …1953 Amer. dial.
– JADDER shaky; infirm …Bk1902 Eng. dial.
JUDDERY 1956 – prone to juddering, or shaking or vibrating rapidly, forcefully and often noisily; esp. said of something mechanical or motor-driven
– LABEFACT shaken, tottering …1874 rare
– PARALYTIC shaky, rickety …1824 humorous usage, obs.
– QUASSATIVE inclined to shake …1626 obs. rare
– QUEERY shaky …M19 sl.
– RAMSHACKLE loose and shaky as if ready to fall to pieces; rickety, tumbledown, dilapidated, in disorder; orig. said chiefly of carriages and houses …1830
– RATTLE-GUT rickety, shaky, rattling …1877 Eng. dial.
– RICKETED rickety, shaky, unsteady …1896 Eng. dial.
– RICKETY-RACKETY shaky, dilapidated, unstable …1968 Amer. dial.
– RICKY-RACKY shaky, dilapidated, unstable …1968 Amer. dial.
– ROCKY unsteady, tottering, shaky …M18
– SHACKELTY;  SHACKLETY dilapidated, run-down, ramshackle, rickety, shaky …1905 Amer. dial.
– SHACKELY shaky, rickety …Bk1905 Amer. dial.
– SHACKLEDY dilapidated, run-down, ramshackle, rickety, shaky …1905 Amer. dial.
– SHIKERRY shabby, bad, shaky, doubtful …Bk1892 Aust. sl.
– SHIVERY-BIVERY shaking with cold or fright …Bk1893 Eng. dial.
– SHOGGY shaky, insecure …1866
SNAKY 1884 Amer. dial. – jittery, shaky, esp. as the result of delirium tremens
– SUCCUSSIVE characterized by a shaking motion …1742 rare
– TITTUPY apt to tip up; unsteady, shaky, rickety …1798 colloq.
TWITTERING 1648 – trembling or quivering, as with fear, excitement, etc.; tremulous, shaking
TWITTERLY 1896 obs. rare – shaking, trembling, jittery; in a state of nervous agitation
TWITTERY 1840 rare – shaking, trembling, jittery; in a state of nervous agitation; also, of a nervous or sensitive disposition
– WACKERY shaky …1886 Eng. dial.
– WAFFLY easily blown about by the wind, unsubstantial, without stamina; shaky, unsteady …Bk1905 Sc. & Eng. dial.
– WAGGLE shaky, loose …Bk1905 Eng. dial.
– WAMBLY shaky, tottering, unsteady …1857 Eng. dial.
 WANKLY weak, feeble, frail, delicate, shaky from weakness …1795 rare, chiefly Eng. dial.
– WEEHAW askew, crooked, uneven, shaky, unstable …1894 Amer. dial.
– WEEWARY askew, crooked, uneven, shaky, unstable …1894 Amer. dial.
– WEE-WAW askew; crooked; more on one side than the other;  rickety, shaky, loose, unsteady, wobbling …1746 Eng. & Amer. dial.
– WEEWOPPY askew, crooked, uneven, shaky, unstable …1894 Amer. dial.
– WHEEJAW askew, crooked, uneven, shaky, unstable …1894 Amer. dial.
– WHEEWHAW askew, crooked, uneven, shaky, unstable …1894 Amer. dial.
– WONKY unsteady, shaky …Bk1999 Aust. sl.
– WOOFTY unkempt; shaggy, like a dog …1990s US sl.
 
SHAKE etc. – NOUNS
– BOMF a bump, shake …Bk1911 Sc.
– CACHE a shake, jog …1790 Sc.
– CADGE a shake, jog …1790 Sc.
– DASH a shake …Bk1900 Eng. dial.
– DILDER a smart jerk, shake, jolt …Bk1900 Sc.
– DILDERING jolting, shaking …1889 Sc.
– DUCKS AND DRAKES the shakes …Bk1999 Aust. rhyming sl.
– JAG a sharp, violent shake; a rut in a road causing a jolt …1866 Sc.
JUDDER 1926 – a shaking or vibrating rapidly, forcefully and often noisily; esp. said of something mechanical or motor-driven
– LABEFACTATION a shaking, weakening; overthrow, downfall …1775 rare
– LABEFACTION a shaking, weakening; overthrow, downfall …1620
– PEARLIES, THE an uncontrollable nervous shaking of the bowing arm sometimes experienced by violinists, etc. before a performance …1974 sl.
– QUAG a shake, a state of trembling …Bk1905 Eng. dial.
– QUAGGLE a quivering, shaking motion, such as that of jelly or of loose boggy soil …Bk1905 Eng. dial.
– QUAKER a shake; a shiver …1861 Eng. dial.
– QUASSATION a shaking, beating, pounding …1654 obs.
– QUAVE a shake, a tremble …1382 obs.
– QUITHER a shake, tremble, shudder, quiver …1899 Eng. dial.
– REESHLE a resounding blow; a sharp shaking …1819 Sc. & Eng. dial.
– RIGOR a chill; a shiver, tremor, or shake; a shivering with cold …1806 Amer. dial.
– RIGORS, THE a chill; a shiver, tremor, or shake; a shivering with cold …1905 Amer. dial.
– ROGGLE a shaking …Bk1904 Eng. dial.
– SHIG-SHOG a shaking motion …B1900 Eng. dial.
– ST. VITUS’S DANCE nerves, jitters, shakes …20C sl.
– SUCCUSSATION shaking up, violent shaking, jolting …1649 obs.
– SUCCUSSION the act of shaking or condition of being shaken, esp. with violence; an instance of this …1622
– TREMEFACTION a shaking, a trembling …1597 obs. rare
– TWITTERATION tremulous excitement, as from desire, fear, etc.; a state of agitation; a shaking, a quiver, a tremble …1835-40 obs. rare
TWITTERING 1682 rare – a trembling, shaking, or quivering
– WACKER a shake; a shiver …1861 Eng. dial.
– WAG a shake; a waving motion; a signal made by the hand …1838 Sc.
– WAGE the act of shaking in a threatening manner …1866 Sc.
– WAGGLE the act of shaking; motion from side to side …Bk1905 Sc.
– WAMBLE a rolling or unsteady motion; a totter, a quivering or shaking, a wriggle, a tumble …1825 Sc. 
– WAP a shake, a flap; a sweeping or tossing movement …a1663 obs. exc. Eng. dial.
– WHACKER a shake; a shiver …1861 Eng. dial.
– WEAK JERKS a feeling of faintness and shakiness or palpitations, often as a result of hunger, fear, or anxiety …a1978 Amer. dial.
– WEAK TREMBLES a feeling of faintness and shakiness or palpitations, often as a result of hunger, fear, or anxiety …1889 Amer. dial.
 
SHAKE etc. – VERBS
– BEQUASH to shake or fall in pieces, to be shattered …1377 obs. rare
– BEVER to tremble, to shake, to quiver …1470 obs. exc. Eng. dial.
– BIBBER to tremble, to shake …1790 Eng. dial.
– BIVER;  BIVVER to shake, to quiver, to tremble, esp. with cold or fear …1790 Sc. & Eng. dial.
 BLOB to shake …Bk1898 Eng. dial.
– BRANGLE to vibrate, to shake …Bk1911 Sc.
– BRAUL to shake …Bk1911 Sc.
– CACHE to shake, to knock about …1768 Sc.
– CADGE to shake up, to knock about, to jostle …1866 Sc.
– CANVASS to knock about, to shake and shatter thoroughly; to buffet; to beat, to drub …1573 obs.
– CONQUASSATE to shake violently; to agitate; to break in pieces …1656 obs. rare
– DADDER to quake, tremble, shiver, shake …1483 obs. exc. Eng. dial.
– DANDER to tremble or shake …Bk1900 Eng. dial.
– DASH to shake …Bk1900 Eng. dial.
– DATCH to jog, to shake …Bk1900 Sc.
– DATHER to shiver, to tremble, to shake either with cold or old age …1684 Eng. dial.
– DAWTHER to tremble, to shake; to move in an infirm, shaky manner, to totter …Bk1900 Eng. dial.
– DILDER to shake, to jolt, to jerk …1889 Sc.
– DILL to shake loosely, to flap …Bk1900 Sc.
– DINDLE to shake, to vibrate; to stagger from a blow; to tremble …1776 Sc. & Eng. dial.
– DODDER to shake or tremble, as from age
– HACKER to shake or tremble with anger, fear, cold, etc.; to chatter with cold …Bk1905 Eng. dial.
– HATTER to shake or jolt …1825 Eng. dial.
– JAAMBLE to jumble; to shake; to mix by agitation …1790 Sc.
– JABBLE to shake or mix up together; to shake up or agitate a liquid …1760 Sc. & Amer. dial.
– JADDER to shake, to vibrate; of the teeth: to chatter …1885 Eng. dial.
– JAG to shake violently by sharp jerks; to jolt …c1803 Sc.
– JAGGLE to shake; to move from side to side …Bk1902 Eng. dial.
– JERRYCUMMUMBLE to shake; to tumble about; to tousle …1785 sl.
– JIGGER to shake, to jerk …1869 colloq.
JUDDER 1931 – to shake or vibrate rapidly, forcefully, and often noisily; to shudder; esp. said of something mechanical or motor-driven
– LABEFACT to shake, to weaken …c1540 obs.
– PALSY to shake or tremble as if palsied …1582 nonce use
– PLAY NIDDITY-NOD to bob up and down, to shake unsteadily as from old age …a1779 Sc. 
– PLAY NIDDY NODDY to bob up and down, to shake unsteadily as from old age …1877 Sc. 
– QUAG to shake: said of something soft or flabby …1611 obs. exc. Eng. dial.
– QUAGGLE to shake like jelly …Bk1905 Eng. dial.
– QUAGSWAG to shake to and fro …1653 obs. rare
– QUAKER to tremble, to shake with cold, fear, etc. …1703 Eng. dial.
– QUAVE to quake, to shake, to tremble; to vibrate …a1225 obs. exc. Eng. dial.
– QUEEDLE to oscillate, to shake; to totter; to get about with difficulty …Bk1905 Eng. dial.
– QUETCH to shake; to brandish; to drive, to chase …c825 obs.
– QUETCH ​of things: to shake, to tremble …c1205 obs.
– QUIBBLE to quiver, to shake …1726 obs. exc. Eng. dial.
– QUIBBLY to quiver, to shake …Bk1905 Eng. dial.
– QUIDDLY to oscillate, to shake; to totter; to get about with difficulty …Bk1905 Eng. dial.
– QUITCH to shake; to brandish; to drive, to chase …c825 obs.
– QUITCH to things: to shake, to tremble …c1205 obs.
– RACKLE to shake violently …1866 Sc.
– RATTICK to shake, to rattle …1893 Eng. dial.
– REESHLE to shake up …Bk1904 Sc.
– ROG to shake; to move to and fro …LME obs. exc. Eng. dial.
– ROGGLE to shake or cause to shake; to rattle; to jumble…1398 obs. exc. Eng. dial.
RUSK a1300 obs. – to disturb violently; to shake; to tear up
– SAY AN APE’S PATERNOSTER to chatter with cold; to shake, to tremble …1611
– SHAG to shake, to waggle …a1400 obs. rare
– TAIT to shake about; to stir, to toss about …Bk1905 Eng. dial.
– TEW to shake, to toss; to keep in motion; to rumple, to disarrange; to tumble; to pull about …1870 Eng. dial.
– THRIMBLE;  THRIMMEL to tremble, to shake, to quiver …1842 Ireland & Eng. dial.
– TREPIDATE to shake, to be agitated …1623 obs.
TWITTER 1629 – to tremble or move to and fro with a light rapid motion; to shake, to quiver, to flutter; esp. to tremble with excitement, eagerness, fear, etc.
– WACKER to tremble, to shake with cold, fear, etc. …1703 Eng. dial.
– WAG to wave; to shake …1790 Sc. & Eng. dial.
– WAMBLE to be in poor, uncertain health; to shake, to shiver …1923 Sc. DSL online
– WAP to shake …1570 obs.
– WARBLE to shake or cause to vibrate; to brandish …1510 obs.
– WEE-WOW to be shaky, rickety, or wobbly …1927 Amer. dial.
– WEEWAW to set askew; to proceed unsteadily; to be shaky, wobbly or rickety …1914 Amer. dial.
– WHACKER to tremble, to shake, to quake …1703 Eng. dial.
– WHAKER to tremble, to shake with cold, fear, etc. …1703 Eng. dial.


SHAKE HANDS – see HAND-SHAKE


SHAKESPEARE, WILLIAM – NOUNS
– worship of the ‘Bard of Avon’, i.e. Shakespeare BARDOLATRY 1901

SHAKESPEARE, WILLIAM – NOUNS, PERSON
– a worshipper of the ‘Bard’ BARDOLATER 1903
– William Shakespeare BARD OF AVON Bk1942 Amer. sl.
– William Shakespeare OLD SHAKE Bk1942 Amer. sl.


SHAKE UP – VERBS
– to shake up SUCCUSS 1865


SHALLOW, SHALLOWNESS (depth) – ADJECTIVES
SMALL 1791 Sc. & Eng. dial., rare – low, shallow: said of a river, water, etc.

SHALLOW etc. (depth) – NOUNS
– a small, shallow place DIMMIE 1893 Eng. dial.
– shallowness EBBNESS 1660 Sc.


SHALLOW, SHALLOW-MINDED – ADJECTIVES
– shallow, frivolous EBB-MINDED 1895 Eng. dial.
– shallow-minded, simple-minded, foolish, idiotic DIPPY 1899 US sl.

SHALLOW  etc. – NOUNS, PERSON
– a shallow or frivolous woman MOPSEY;  MOPSIE;  MOPSY 1706