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shacks, plural;
  1. Move in or live with someone as a lover

  1. A roughly built hut or cabin

  1. hovel: small crude shelter used as a dwelling
  2. reside: make one's home in a particular place or community; "may parents reside in Florida"
  3. trail: move, proceed, or walk draggingly or slowly; "John trailed behind his class mates"; "The Mercedes trailed behind the horse cart"
  4. 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. ...
  5. 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.
  6. The Shack is a novel by Canadian author William P. Young, a former office manager and hotel night clerk, published in 2007.
  7. 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.
  8. A crude, roughly built hut or cabin; To live in or with; to shack up
  9. (Shacked) Another word for getting tubed/barrelled
  10. (SHACKED) Tubed. ‘Bru*, I got shacked off my pip* during that cyclone swell.’
  11. (Shacked) to be covered up completely by the falling crest of a very steep wave.
  12. (Shacks) watercolor on paper, 1923
  13. The room or other location where a radio station is operated from.
  14. Brakeman, occupant of caboose. Shacks master is a conductor SHAKE 'EM UP-Switching
  15. Nuts or acorns that have fallen to the ground.
  16. 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). ...
  17. 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.
  18. Also known as a “Ham Shack,” a radio station assembled at a fixed location (as opposed to a mobile station).
  19. A direct hit on a target, usually radar directed.
  20. simple dwelling; house
  21. la choza - 32 misses