sharp-shin
noun see sharp-shinned hawk

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • shin — I [[t]ʃɪn[/t]] n. v. shinned, shin•ning 1) anat. the front part of the leg from the knee to the ankle 2) zool. the lower part of the foreleg in cattle 3) anat. the shinbone or tibia, esp. its sharp edge or front portion 4) to climb (a pole or the …   From formal English to slang

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