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shrew
[shroo]
NOUN
1.
a woman of violent temper and speech; termagant.
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Shrew - Wikipedia

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A shrew or shrew mouse (family Soricidae) is a small mole-like mammal classified in the order Eulipotyphla. True shrews are also not to be confused with West ...

Shrew | Define Shrew at Dictionary.com

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Shrew definition, a woman of violent temper and speech; termagant. See more.

What's a shrew and how do I get rid of them? ~Creature Control

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Information on the biology and habits of various species of shrew common to Michigan. Creature Control, is a family owned pest and wildlife control company.

Prevention and control of damage caused by shrews

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Identification. The shrew is a small, mouse-sized mammal with an elongated snout, a dense fur of uniform color, small eyes, and five clawed toes on each foot  ...

Shrew | Definition of Shrew by Merriam-Webster

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Define shrew: a small animal that looks like a mouse with a long, pointed nose — shrew in a sentence.

Shrews on Attack - National Geographic Video

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The short-tailed shrew is the only North American mammal with a poisonous bite. That's a cool fact, but too bad for an unfortunate snake!

shrew - Dictionary Definition : Vocabulary.com

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Use the noun shrew — at your own risk — to refer to a woman who is argumentative, nagging, and ill tempered.

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