Shacked



verb (used with object), Informal.
1.
to chase and throw back; to retrieve:
to shack a ground ball.
noun
1.
a roughly built hut
2.
(South African) temporary accommodation put together by squatters
verb
3.
See shack up
verb
1.
(Midland English, dialect) to evade (work or responsibility)
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    noun 1. a ring or other fastening, as of iron, for securing the wrist, ankle, etc.; fetter. 2. a hobble or fetter for a horse or other animal. 3. the U -shaped bar of a padlock, one end of which is pivoted or sliding, the other end of which can be released, as for passing […]

  • Shackled

    noun 1. a ring or other fastening, as of iron, for securing the wrist, ankle, etc.; fetter. 2. a hobble or fetter for a horse or other animal. 3. the U -shaped bar of a padlock, one end of which is pivoted or sliding, the other end of which can be released, as for passing […]



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