Interception of light, or the obscurity caused by such interception ; that which inter * cepte light or heat ; a screen ; degree of light ; the soul after death, ... The act or process of making a shade; arrangement ... Full of shade; faintly representative ; typical ; unreal. ... or tremble ; to agitate ; to move from firmness ; to cause to SHAKE v. i. To be agitated with vibrations; to tremble; to quake; to shiver. ... SHARK, v. i. To cheat ; to trick ; to live by shifts ; v . t. to pick up slyly or in small quantities.
|Title||:||Walker and Webster combined in a dictionary of the English language|
|Author||:||John Longmuir, John Walker|