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The casting in this movie really is brilliant across the board, and if there were an Oscar for casting, Promising Young Woman would be a shoo-in.
Before the neighbors stepped in to help, Si and his wife would take turns guarding the house each night, hoping their presence would shoo away the teenagers.
The grotesque fancy came into my head that she would do the same thing if she wanted to shoo some chickens out of a garden.
A VIRGINIA SCOUTHUGH PENDEXTER
A gust o' win' is skirlin' the noo, and as we luik ower the faem, the haar is risin', weetin' the green swaird wi' misty shoo'rs.
The draper wasna certain that so licht a shoo'r could richtly be called rain.
Every night at milking time I shoo them out until they finally get it into their heads they are not wanted.
Cap Pike left the fire to stand guard over the water barrels and shoo the mules away.
THE TREASURE TRAILMARAH ELLIS RYAN
"Shoo," he cried, as the contrary fowl tried to dodge around a toy automobile.
There's ma owd woman grummles if shoo's to come for ma to t' Horse and Jockey, and that's half a mile from my home.
Shoo hadn't been there long afore shoo come back and said, 'James, lad!'

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lackadaisicaladjective | [lak-uh-dey-zi-kuhl ]SEE DEFINITION