shend

shend

[shend]
verb (used with object), shent, shending. Archaic.
1.
to put to shame.
2.
to reproach or scold.
3.
to destroy or injure; damage.

Origin:
before 900; Middle English s(c)henden, Old English (ge)scendan (cognate with Dutch schenden, German schänden), derivative of scand shame, infamy

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shend (ʃɛnd)
 
vb , shends, shending, shent
1.  to put to shame
2.  to chide or reproach
3.  to injure or destroy
 
[Old English gescendan, from scandshame]

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