short[ shawrt ]SEE DEFINITION OF short
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SHORT
In a short time, I shall not have sufficient strength to impart all I have to say.
But the short of it is, Henry found himself facing work or starvation.
Paris on short notice will be cosily and coaxingly intimate.
I never knew a man to get so intimate on short acquaintance.
The narrative was broken off short by a cry of jubilee in the court.
And Dennet,” Stephen added with a short laugh, “she could not wait for you.
But then the Pasteur was short, and his brother was a dwarf.
Cut deeper; the knife is too short: deeper, mia brave Corneliolina!
There is no short cut to the making of these ideals into glad realities.
But his croup sloped down too much, and he had a short neck.
RELATED WORDS AND SYNONYMS FOR SHORT
- burned out
- cut off
- in default
- not good enough
- not up to par
- out of gas
- too little too late