shutter

[ shuht-er ]SEE DEFINITION OF shutter

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SHUTTER

I went up to the window and looked in through a chink in the shutter.

The shutter had not been made fast, and I could see the banqueters and catch what they were saying.

The shutter was sharply drawn back from her eyes, and she saw Ruffo.

This made the room dark and gloomy, especially since one shutter was stuck shut.

Felicite, enraged, was beating a tattoo on the shutter with her impatient fingers.

Every shutter and every shingle seemed to be loose and complaining of the fact.

This shutter had been little used since the days of press-gangs.

He had just time to answer the gesture, when the shutter was closed.

When this substance dried it was no longer possible to open the shutter.

She ran to it, and by raising herself on her toes was able to reach the shutter with her fingertips.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR SHUTTER

shade

verbshut out the light
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