Often the young men, stimulated with more or less “moonshine,” add the literally stunning compliment of a shivaree.
I came to tell you that there's a scheme to raise—to 'shivaree' you two, tonight.
It isn't so long, though, since you were just as determined to stay and have the shivaree, you remember.
I looked around for a means of defense, but the Chief told me not to be alarmed—it was merely a "shivaree."
"I'll never get married again; at least not in the land of the shivaree," I told White Mountain as we tried to repair the damage.
Another time, we went to Mannheim and attended a shivaree—otherwise an opera—the one called "Lohengrin."
I wonder what poor old Elder Edkins would say now if he caught sight of me in this shivaree.
Jest the same it 'ud sure surprise me if we didn't git some sort of a shivaree pahty afteh nightfall.
Scales had fixed up for a crowd of hoodlums to shivaree them as they went.
I wanted to keep Man sober, and I tried to get him and his wife out of town before that shivaree of yours was pulled off.