shady

All Adjective Noun
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  • Please take care and do not get mixed up in any shady business.
  • The shady space under the house can be used for work or storage.
  • Thousands of soldiers lay on the grass in the shadiest places they could find. Cited from The Sword of Antietam, by Joseph A. Altsheler
  • Shady Valley is also the name of the valley in which the town is located.
  • And if he was, what was he doing with those cheap and shady young men?
  • She had a shadier one, looking the other way, for summer. Cited from Faith Gartney's Girlhood, by Mrs. A. D. T. Whitney
  • They couple moved back to the Shady Rest Hotel in the final year of production.
  • It is said that there were shady trees and drinking water facility available near your shop.
  • The next morning, workers found her body in woods off Shady Hills Road.
  • Given sufficient space, this species can grow into a very large, densely shady tree.
  • Despite his somewhat shady character, he did mean well, and he loved Hank very much.
  • In the middle part of the day they rest in shady areas near water and preen.
  • New stems can be red if the plant is in full sun, but are green in shadier areas.
  • The album, performed by various artists, was released under Shady Records.
  • Shady Rest was originally owned and operated by the Price family.
  • It can grow in open and very shady areas.
  • His business practices are often shady, and it has been suggested that all of his employees are paid off the books.
  • It is always possible to find a shady area.
  • The congress, however, was held under somewhat shady conditions.
  • The out-of-work director had a shady past.
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