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Shrug vs. Sprug

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  • Shrug (noun)

    A lifting of the shoulders to signal indifference.

    "He dismissed my comment with a shrug."

  • Shrug (noun)

    A cropped, cardigan-like garment with short or long sleeves, typically knitted.

  • Shrug (verb)

    To raise (the shoulders) to express uncertainty, lack of concern, (formerly) dread, etc.

    "I asked him for an answer and he just shrugged."

    "When he saw the problem, he just shrugged and started fixing it."

  • Sprug (verb)

    To make smart.

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  • Shrug

    To draw up or contract (the shoulders), especially by way of expressing doubt, indifference, dislike, dread, or the like.

  • Shrug (verb)

    To raise or draw up the shoulders, as in expressing doubt, indifference, dislike, dread, or the like.

  • Shrug (noun)

    A gesture consisting of drawing up the shoulders, - a motion usually expressing doubt, indifference, or dislike; - it is sometimes accompanied by a slight turning of the hands outward or upward. Such a gesture may be made, as in answering "who knows" to a question, suggesting utter ignorance of an answer and a disinclination to pursue the topic further.

  • Sprug

    To make smart.

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