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Shrieking Sisterhood (The)

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Women who clamour about “women’s rights.”

By Jove, I suppose my life wouldnʹt be worth a moment’s purchase if I made public these sentiments of mine at a meeting of the Shrieking Sisterhood.”—The World, 24th February, 1892, p. 25.

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Entry taken from Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, edited by the Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D. and revised in 1895.

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Short
Short Stature (Noted Men of)
Shot
Shot in the Locker
Shot Window (A)
Shotten Herring
Shoulder
Shovel-board
Show
Shrew-mouse
Shrieking Sisterhood (The)
Shrimp
Shropshire
Shrovetide Cocks
Shunamite’s House (The)
Shunt
Shut up
Shy
Shylock
Shylock (A)
Si