shake off in English
Use "shake off" in a sentence
1. We managed to shake off the photographers.
2. I can't seem to shake off this cold.
3. And Baʹshan and Carʹmel shake off their leaves.
4. He can't shake off the label of troublemaker.
5. She has failed to shake off her stomach injury.
6. I can't seem to shake off this nagging cold.
7. Dredge plantain slices in seasoned flour and shake off excess.
8. We managed to shake off our pursuers in the crowd.
9. 14 Dredge plantain slices in seasoned flour and shake off excess.
10. It took her several minutes to shake off the resulting stupefaction.
11. Shake off any excess flour before putting livers in the pan.
12. I hope I can shake off this cold before the weekend.
13. 2 Shake off the dust, rise and take a seat, O Jerusalem.
14. The press, once heavily censored, has managed to shake off its shackles.
15. I found it difficult to shake off a sense of social inferiority.
16. His companionship made it possible for me to shake off my sensitiveness.
17. My cold's better, but I can't seem to shake off this cough.
18. Gerrard will play if he can shake off a slight thigh strain.
19. He stamped his feet to shake off the snow from his boots.
20. He twisted and turned in a desperate attempt to shake off his pursuer.
21. I went on along Fleet Street, but could not shake off the idea.
22. 10 He stamped his feet to shake off the snow from his boots.
23. I went on along Fleet Street[Sentencedict.com], but could not shake off the idea.
24. She told herself sternly that she must shake off this tendency towards romantic fantasy.
25. The president made several jokes in an attempt to shake off his "humourless" tag.
26. He walked away quickly, trying to shake off the unnerving effect of the encounter.
27. To shake off this difficult situation, Japan decided to ally with some other countries.
28. let me shake it off like a donkey would shake off something it doesn't like.
29. I couldn't shake off a niggling worry. Had I forgotten to lock the office door?
30. 5) The president made several jokes in an attempt to shake off his "humourless" tag.
31. Outside investment has helped Sheridan to shake off its image as a depressed industrial town.
32. 16 And, frankly, who can blame Jones for wanting to shake off the Starbucks stigmata?
33. Businessmen are trying to shake off habits learned under six decades of a protected economy.
34. Stewart is still battling to fully shake off hamstring trouble which has plagued him all season.
35. He promised to shake off "the yoke of alien domination in business, trade, commerce and industry."
36. If a girl is sad, an ice-cream cone can normally help shake off the blues.
37. His self - confidence was gradually returning and he was managing to shake off his defeatist mood.
38. These countries are trying to shake off the stultifying effects of several decades of state control.
39. She was always keen to shake off the early typecasting as the empty-headed sex symbol.
40. I have no doubt that we will be able to shake off the challenge from our rivals.
41. Singlewood, ran into the courtyard of Durham Castle in a desperate bid to shake off his pursuer.
42. 5 They should have used other means to shake off the pirates, like a loud acoustic device.
43. Mr 6:11 —What does it mean to “shake off the dirt that is on your feet”?
44. The recent massacre in Acteal has forced the government to shake off its stupor, at least for a while.
45. He drove through the red lights in an attempt to shake off the police car that was chasing him.
46. Turn the bag inside out, shake off the surplus moisture and replace the bag inside-out on the canes.
47. Only through such an accidental, miraculous chance could anyone expect to shake off the yoke of grimly limited prospects.
48. 28 The recent massacre in Acteal has forced the government to shake off its stupor, at least for a while.
49. Science museums have tried to shake off their somewhat starchy image by mounting exhibitions designed to draw in the crowds.
50. Solar panels that can shake off their dust off via a self-generated electric pulse keep soaking in maximal rays.