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noun as in beach

noun as in diploma

noun as in seashore

noun as in tile

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verb as in lap

verb as in overlap

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That rate, set by Medicare, is similar to reimbursement fees for administering other vaccines, such as for the flu or shingles.

Now they have solar panels that integrate into the roof shingles or the tile on the roof, and you can hardly tell, you can hardly see it.

From Time

To make matters worse, the study found that follow-up vaccination rates for the shingles were much lower for certain groups.

From Fortune

Most obviously, while shingles can be extremely painful and even debilitating, it is rarely life-threatening.

From Fortune

Experts say the new coronavirus vaccine has similar side effects to the widely distributed shingles vaccine.

I could go to college and hang out a shingle and make $10,000 a year.

The shingle recently bid its co-founder and CEO James Schamus adieu, replacing him with FilmDistrict CEO Peter Schlessel.

Pundits put out a shingle with a new website and go around asking the usual suspects for money to get them up and running.

They accepted, and re-released their debut in 2010 on Interscope shingle Cherrytree Records to critical acclaim.

Some of you may be departing the corporate world, going freelance, or hanging out an eponymous shingle.

Standing in the wet shingle, Maynard regarded the speckled atom as it lay in the palm of his hand.

He is actually climbing the roof, to make sure every old, worn-out shingle is replaced by a new one.

At two o'clock she drew rein before a large brown shingle house on the highest point of Rosewater.

Scattergood Baines was not a man to shingle his roof before he built his foundations.

There were further red spots on the shingle, and they led forward in the direction in which the rescue party had gone.


On this page you'll find 370 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to shingle, such as: coast, shore, waterfront, bank, lakeshore, and lakeside.

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