How Do You Spell SHAY?

Correct spelling for the English word "shay" is [ʃ_ˈeɪ], [ʃˈe͡ɪ], [ʃˈe‍ɪ]] (IPA phonetic alphabet).

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Definition of SHAY

  1. n. See CHAY.

Common Misspellings for SHAY

Below is the list of 215 misspellings for the word "shay".

Usage Examples for SHAY

  1. Then I tried to do as much, and said: " Mayter Korbow sure unn ahber per Shay." - "Fragments of an Autobiography" by Felix Moscheles
  2. " Shay rides like a gun," he said suddenly. - "Winds of the World" by Talbot Mundy
  3. This is him, said Pumblechook, as I have rode in my shay- cart. - "Great Expectations" by Charles Dickens
  4. Our business methods change until the commercial wisdom of a few years ago may be the folly of to- day; our moral ideals change until actions once respectable become reprobate, and the heroes of one generation would be the convicts of another; our science changes until ideas that men once were burned at the stake for entertaining are now the commonplace axioms of every school boy's thought; our economics change until schools of thought shaped to old industrial conditions are as outmoded as a one- horse shay beside an automobile; our philosophy changes like our science when Kant, for example, starts a revolution in man's thinking, worthy, as he claimed, to be called Copernican; our cultural habits change until marooned communities in the Kentucky mountains, " our contemporary ancestors," having let the stream of human life flow around and past them, seem as strange to us as a belated what- not in a modern parlour. - "Christianity and Progress" by Harry Emerson Fosdick
  5. Have I done well to get me a Shay? - "Stage-coach and Tavern Days" by Alice Morse Earle