Shore, n. the land along the edge of a body of water
Sure, adj. free from doubt
Are you sure you pulled the boat onto the shore? I don’t see it anywhere.
Shoo, v. to drive away
Shoe, n. an external covering for the foot, often with a heavy sole and lighter upper part
I tried to shoo the lizard away by waving a shoe at him, but he ignored me.
Steal, v. to take without permission, also to move quietly
Steel, n. a modified form of iron
adj. made of steel
v. to render unyielding
Karl steels himself for the job ahead. Having oiled the steel hinges to prevent screeching, he places a hand on the cold steel, eases open the gate, and steals across the grounds. Reaching the garden, he steals a head of lettuce, and hurries home to his wife.
Seen, v. past participle of “to see” – to look at
Scene, n. where action occurs, a view
Have you seen the scene from the tallest tower? It’s stunning.
Shudder, v. to tremble from fear or cold
n. a convulsive movement of from fear or cold
Shutter, n. a movable cover for an opening
v. to close