Shelve Definition

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1. A divan bed, a matchwood wardrobe and some shelves by the bed. 1
2. A general store shelves for its existent pallet and design, pallet one direction by depth in supporting guide, increase the storage density, improve space utilization. 1
3. A line of roller, belt line, with net line, hoisting chain line, shelves and other products. 1
4. A mass of bodies scrambled over the shelves, everybody was shouting at one another and books were being thrown in all directions. 1
5. A pair of buffalo horns and a cowboy hat were set above backlit, multi-colored bottles on shelves. 1
6. A promising Rugby League career was shelved. 1
7. A proposed programme of resettlement from the most overpopulated areas was shelved for fear of raising peasant expectations and unleashing dangerous mass migration. 1
8. A residents' petition called for the venture to be shelved until a more suitable access route was devised. 1
9. A wall unit with swing doors below, plus glazed doors and open shelves above complete the look. 1
10. A young couple may have to shelve plans to have a baby, at least for the moment. 1
11. Above the shelves, on rusty six-inch nails, hung metal objects with serrated teeth, covered in cobwebs. 1
12. Additionally, there would be various piles of books taken off the shelves and marked for action of one kind or another. 1
13. Adjustable shelving is still a very popular choice; timber and glass shelves are ideal for displaying ornaments. 1
14. After a sneak preview of the film they decided to shelve it. 1
15. After two children had been hurt, the company was forced to withdraw the toy from store shelves. 1
16. After visited Wal-Mart, RT-Mart and Xinglong Store, the canned meat of Shanghai Maling were still put boldly on the shelves. 1
17. Against one wall of the shelter can be seen a first aid cabinet, shelves holding unidentified bottles, mats in a corner for rest, and a set of dominos. 1
18. All of this information can be discovered by checking with those who work at the circulation desk and those who shelve books. 1
19. All the shelves were crammed with books. 1
20. Along the west wall, macabre curios and warped ornaments throng the shelves. 1
21. Also on the shelves is a pair of antique silver candlesticks bored for conversion to electricity. 1
22. Among other remarkable features it includes two sturdy wire shelves with blue trim, central lock facility , twist ice tray and transparent door accessories to make it more valuable for people. 1
23. An Examiner reporter explored the store Monday and found dusty shelves, half-stocked produce stands and a dark interior. 1
24. An increasing amount of organic produce is to be found on supermarket shelves. 1
25. An interesting book hits the shelves next month involving former baseball great Tug McGraw. 1
26. An obvious example is that old editions are normally withdrawn from library shelves as new editions are added to stock. 1
27. And a glance at the supermarket shelves reveals that many manufacturers appear to be ignoring environmental concerns, especially about packaging. 1
28. And if you restock the shelves , they will steal it again. 1
29. And like many other people, they can't understand why I am not particularly upset that my work is shelved almost 10 full feet away from the likes of American legends John Updike and Joyce Carol Oates. 1
30. And so they do, on the shelves of libraries, or in the pages of textbooks. 1
 

Shelve

[SHelv]

VERB

shelves (third person present) · shelved (past tense) · shelved (past participle) · shelving (present participle)

  - place or arrange (items, especially books) on a shelf.

  - decide not to proceed with (a project or plan), either temporarily or permanently.

  - fit with shelves.

VERB

shelves (third person present) · shelved (past tense) · shelved (past participle) · shelving (present participle)

  - (of ground) slope downward in a specified manner or direction.

Synonyms

List of Prefixes

A-
Afro-
After-
Ambi-
Amphi-
An-
Ana-
Anglo-
Ante-
Anti-
Ap-
Apo-
Arch-
Astro-
Auto-
Back-
Be-
Bi-

List of Suffixes

-Acy
-Al
-Ance
-Ence
-Dom
-Er
-Or
-Ism
-Ist
-Ity
-Ty
-Ment
-Ness
-Ship
-Sion
-Tion
-Ate
-En