[shev-rit, shev-ret] /ˈʃɛv rɪt, ʃɛvˈrɛt/
a small English table of the 18th century, having an oblong top, one or two rows of drawers, and slender legs joined near the bottom by a shelf.
[shuh-vey] /ʃəˈveɪ/ noun 1. an apse, as of a Gothic cathedral. /ʃəˈveɪ/ noun 1. a semicircular or polygonal east end of a church, esp a French Gothic church, often with a number of attached apses
[shuh-vee] /ʃəˈvi/ noun, Prosody. 1. a word or expression whose only function is to fill a metrical gap in a verse or to balance a sentence. Compare (def 2).
[shiv-ee-uh t, shev- for 1; chev-ee-uh t, chee-vee- for 2, 3; for 3 also shev-ee-uh t] /ˈʃɪv i ət, ˈʃɛv- for 1; ˈtʃɛv i ət, ˈtʃi vi- for 2, 3; for 3 also ˈʃɛv i ət/ noun 1. a city in SW Ohio. 2. one of a British breed of sheep, noted for its heavy […]
[chev-ee-uh t, chee-vee-] /ˈtʃɛv i ət, ˈtʃi vi-/ plural noun 1. a range of hills on the boundary between England and Scotland: highest point, 2676 feet (816 meters). plural noun 1. a range of hills on the border between England and Scotland, mainly in Northumberland