||final fight or contest, rubber match
||Ali defeated Frazier in the boxing showdown of the '70s.
||If I can't manage my personal life, I can always visit a shrink.
||(See no shrinking violet)
|shrug it off
||not let it affect you or bother you
||He was hurt by the remark, but he shrugged it off and kept working.
|shuck on down to the fraidy hole
||go to the cellar for shelter from a cyclone or tornado, hide when you are afraid
||When my uncle saw the sky turn black in the afternoon, he would shuck on down to the fraidy hole.
||oh dear, well, heck
||Aw shucks, Beth Ann, you know I care a whole lot for you.
|shuffle the chairs on the deck
||appear to change by moving things around, play musical chairs,
||Shuffling the chairs on the deck will not help a sinking ship!
||stop operating, quit
||Without electricity, the factory will have to shut down.
||closure, end of operations
||Cold weather sometimes causes a shut-down of our schools.
||someone who is ill and cannot go outside
||Our priest visits the shut-ins - people who must stay at home.