In this election, McCain behaved toward Obama just like the Republican aggressors who shredded him in 2000.
Then I picked up a book that shredded my facile preconceptions—Hard Stuff: The Autobiography of Mayor Coleman Young.
Playing and practicing any sport at an elite level leaves in its wake broken bones, shredded ligaments and neuronal death.
Serve in a cordial or shot glass and garnish with shredded coconut or cinnamon.
To serve, top each of the set jellies with a spoonful of the sour cream and some of the shredded lettuce.
Place several inches of the shredded cabbage in the bottom of a large crock, and over it sprinkle a layer of salt.
As far as the eye could see I beheld only flattened and shredded ruin.
Shaking out the rest of the snuff at arm's length, he picked the stuff to pieces and shredded it into tinder.
When the white meat is dried, it is shredded for pastry and candy.
Or place one package of shredded codfish in a napkin and dip in hot water and then squeeze dry.
Old English screade "piece cut off, cutting, scrap," from West Germanic *skrauth- (cf. Old Frisian skred "a cutting, clipping," Middle Dutch schroode "shred," Middle Low German schrot "piece cut off," Old High German scrot, "scrap, shred, a cutting, piece cut off," German Schrot ""log, block, small shot"," Old Norse skrydda "shriveled skin"), from PIE *skreu- "to cut; cutting tool," extension of root *(s)ker- (1) "to cut" (see shear (v.)).