"Tom Cutbill is shunted off the line, I see," said Cutbill, mournfully.
He had been accepted at first, then coolly tolerated, then shunted to the outer edges.
We must be off if we mean to get round before our horse-box is shunted.
Gangs of pruners, pickers, and packers are shifted and shunted as the crop demands.
Forward, something was shunted from an express car with a heavy crash.
Heaven knows when the railway carriage would be shunted down.
Not the first time by a good many that you've 'shunted off the straight,' Seraph?
They had not shunted her; but she had gone apart and sat so.
You'll be going about with her all the time, and I shall be shunted on to the old man!
I must tell you, Jack nearly got shunted into the ways of glory.