Shrew [noun]

Definition of Shrew:

mean lady

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Sentence/Example of Shrew:

But Mirandy was no shrew; she was simply troubled about many things.

The jade had to come to him, at last, completely subdued, as in the “Taming of the Shrew.”

His wife is a shrew, a termagant, who embitters every hour of his existence.

Columbine snapped like the shrew she masked: "You little sneak!"

The ii point is that, if a woman have a sharp nose, then most commenly she is a shrew.

Why of Shakspeare, in his Taming of the Shrew, and elsewhere?

"When things don't suit me, I'm apt to say so; but I never scold," whined the shrew.

Shakespeare may have started it, with his silly Taming of the Shrew.

Why not rewrite 'The Taming of the Shrew' with a new background?

The better half of the knight was a shrew, and led him a wretched life.