At this point, it’s just, ‘shut up and let the case speak for itself.
For heaven's sake, Netanyahu and his Republican friends should shut up.
His elder daughter Lily winds up carrying the backpack just so Jane will shut up.
One cops shouted at him to shut up and get back in the store—which he immediately did.
Matt Latimer on why the candidate should tell us all to shut up.
He was shut up for several hours with a delegation who had invited him down.
What is the use of a beautiful face, if one must be shut up in her own apartment for ever?
Not until she was shut up in the quiet of her own room, did she know the strain it had been.
I'm afraid Diablo'll shut up when he's pinched; his kind are apt to do that.
The house was empty, and presumably had been shut up for years.
Old English scyttan "to put (a bolt) in place so as to fasten a door or gate, bolt, shut to; discharge, pay off," from West Germanic *skutjan (cf. Old Frisian schetta, Middle Dutch schutten "to shut, shut up, obstruct"), from PIE *skeud- "to shoot, chase, throw" (see shoot (v.)). Related: Shutting.
Meaning "to close by folding or bringing together" is from mid-14c. Meaning "prevent ingress and egress" is from mid-14c. Sense of "to set (someone) free (from)" (c.1500) is obsolete except in dialectal phrases such as to get shut of. To shut (one's) mouth "desist from speaking" is recorded from mid-14c.
A photographer, esp an enthusiastic amateur: Two of the more prominent Senate-shutterbugs are Sens. Patrick J Leahy and John C Danforth (1940+)