a mischievous or deceitful trick, practice, etc.
(usually pl) roguishness; mischief
an act of treachery; deception
- Shen Congwen
[shuhn tsawng-wuhn] /ˈʃʌn ˈtsɔŋˈwʌn/ noun 1. 1902–1988, Chinese author.
verb (used with object), shent, shending. Archaic. 1. to put to shame. 2. to reproach or scold. 3. to destroy or injure; damage. verb (transitive) (archaic) shends, shending, shent (ʃɛnt) 1. to put to shame 2. to chide or reproach 3. to injure or destroy
=Senir, (Deut. 3:9; Cant. 4:8), the name given to Mount Hermon (q.v.) by the Sidonians.
noun 1. Older Spelling. Shaanxi. noun 1. a variant transliteration of the Chinese name for Shaanxi