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noun as in peeling

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I experienced that recently when it came time to install doors on a shed I’d just built.

So, after watching several YouTube videos on how to build backyard sheds, he did just that and retreated to his garden.

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With the advent of new technologies to read genetic information, scientists have started looking at the shed DNA to find signs of what animals live in a given environment and how many there are.

A well-stocked tool shed has more than one, each designed to accomplish a different task.

The indoor height of the shed is also more than 7 feet tall, which makes access inside easy as adults can stand up freely.

Many young people are still shedding the ignorance of our parents.

Watching him now being accused of illegal operations will not see them shedding any tears.

Prince has a habit of shedding protégés almost as quickly as he picks them up.

And, thanks to a host of women posting photos of themselves with their colostomy bags, the condition is shedding its stigma.

Online there are pictures of Iraqi soldiers shedding their uniforms and abandoning their posts.

We stole along the shadowed side of the street, the moon was up, shedding much too bright a light now for comfort.

A lamp stood on the chimney-piece shedding its rays over the Muse in one of her most bewitching aspects.

I touched her hand, as we paused beneath a blossoming apple tree, with the fragrance shedding about us.

Are you ready by your resistance to hand over our beloved country to innumerable calamities, and cause the shedding of blood?

They clung to each other in a long, tender embrace, Rose shedding tears, Elsie calm and quiet.


On this page you'll find 10 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to shedding, such as: desquamation, dropping, null, null, null, and exuviation.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.