reside: make one's home in a particular place or community; "may parents reside in Florida"
trail: move, proceed, or walk draggingly or slowly; "John trailed behind his class mates"; "The Mercedes trailed behind the horse cart"
A shack is a type of small house, usually in a state of disrepair. The word may derive from the Nahuatl (Aztec) word xacalli or "adobe house" by way of Mexican Spanish xacal/jacal, which has the same meaning as "shack". It was a common usage among people of Mexican ancestry throughout the U.S. ...
Shack are an English band formed in Liverpool in 1986. Originally Shack consisted of Mick Head (vocals/guitar), his brother John Head (guitar), Peter Wilkinson (bass) and Mick Hurst.
The Shack is a novel by Canadian author William P. Young, a former office manager and hotel night clerk, published in 2007.
The Shack is the nickname used by reporters for the police beat in New York City. In most cities, such a bureau is nicknamed a "cop shop." It is named after a cramped office located inside the NYPD headquarters, where journalists report on crime stories.
A crude, roughly built hut or cabin; To live in or with; to shack up
(Shacked) Another word for getting tubed/barrelled
(SHACKED) Tubed. ‘Bru*, I got shacked off my pip* during that cyclone swell.’
(Shacked) to be covered up completely by the falling crest of a very steep wave.
(Shacks) watercolor on paper, 1923
The room or other location where a radio station is operated from.
Brakeman, occupant of caboose. Shacks master is a conductor SHAKE 'EM UP-Switching
Nuts or acorns that have fallen to the ground.
Location of an amateur radio station. Today it may literally be a "shack", closet, or space in a basement, living room, or corner of a bedroom (quite common). ...
v [reduced from shack up ‘cohabit with a member of the opposite sex’] Spend the night at the house of a member of the opposite sex 2000 Jan GC&SU male She shacked with the guy from the bar last night.
Also known as a “Ham Shack,” a radio station assembled at a fixed location (as opposed to a mobile station).