adjective, shallower, shallowest.
of little depth; not deep:
lacking depth; superficial:
a mind that is not narrow but shallow.
taking in a relatively small amount of air in each inhalation:
Baseball. relatively close to home plate:
The shortstop caught the pop fly in shallow left field.
Usually, shallows. (used with a singular or plural verb) a shallow part of a body of water; shoal.
Baseball. at a shallow position:
With the pitcher up, the outfielders played shallow.
verb (used with or without object)
to make or become shallow.
having little depth
lacking intellectual or mental depth or subtlety; superficial
(often pl) a shallow place in a body of water; shoal
to make or become shallow
retribution. (1.) The son of Jabesh, otherwise unknown. He “conspired against Zachariah, and smote him before the people, and slew him, and reigned in his stead” (2 Kings 15:10). He reigned only “a month of days in Samaria” (15:13, marg.). Menahem rose up against Shallum and put him to death (2 Kings 15:14, 15, 17), […]
an Assyrian king (Hos. 10:14), identified with Shalmaneser II. (Sayce) or IV. (Lenormant), the successor of Pul on the throne of Assyria (B.C. 728). He made war against Hoshea, the king of Israel, whom he subdued and compelled to pay an annual tribute. Hoshea, however, soon after rebelled against his Assyrian conquerer. Shalmaneser again marched […]
- Shalmaneser III
[shal-muh-nee-zer] /ˌʃæl məˈni zər/ noun 1. died 824? b.c, Assyrian ruler 859–824?.
interjection, Hebrew. 1. peace (used as a word of greeting or farewell). shalom [(shah-lohm, shuh-lohm)] A Hebrew word used to mean both “hello” and “good-bye”; literally, it means “peace.”