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When I sip my half-frozen beer on Pat’s porch as the sun sinks, I wonder if the ski bums of the future will all be trust-fund babies, corporate shills, and weed dealers.
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Beyond that, there’s more minor threats such as “Oh, I’ll report you” or “Oh, soon you will be revealed and exposed as a shill.”
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As Tom Scales led the horse away to the stables it turned its head towards its master with a short, shill neigh.
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He's a cowardly scoundrel, but he shill hev far play, or my name ain't Jake Larkin!'
THE CONTINENTAL MONTHLY, VOL III, ISSUE VI, JUNE, 1863VARIOUS
He's a-driftin' out'n de riber, ole Mist; shill I run and tell his folks when I puts der biscuits in de oben?
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“Ye shill hab it, honey,” said the woman, giving him some from a bucket she had set on the ground.
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And six makes twenty-eight pounds, four shill——What do you want in here?
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I shill have the whole town on my side, you may be certain of that!
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That is, he needed no more assistance that most magicians do—a shill in the audience.
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In this particular case, the shill was his brother, Leonard Poe.
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WORDS RELATED TO SHILL

  • allure
  • con
  • deceive
  • delude
  • egg on
  • ensnare
  • ensorcell
  • entice
  • fascinate
  • inveigle
  • lead on
  • lead up garden path
  • lure
  • mislead
  • mousetrap
  • rope in
  • seduce
  • shill
  • steer
  • suck in
  • tempt
  • toll
  • tout
  • trap
  • wile
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