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Definition of Shrug

Shrug
Shrug Shrug, v. t. [imp. & p. p. Shrugged; p. pr. & vb. n. Shrugging.] [Probably akin to shrink, p. p. shrunk; cf. Dan. skrugge, skrukke, to stoop, dial. Sw. skrukka, skruga, to crouch.] To draw up or contract (the shoulders), especially by way of expressing dislike, dread, doubt, or the like. He shrugs his shoulders when you talk of securities. --Addison.
Shrug
Shrug Shrug, v. i. To raise or draw up the shoulders, as in expressing dislike, dread, doubt, or the like. They grin, they shrug. They bow, they snarl, they snatch, they hug. --Swift.
Shrug
Shrug Shrug, n. A drawing up of the shoulders, -- a motion usually expressing dislike, dread, or doubt. The Spaniards talk in dialogues Of heads and shoulders, nods and shrugs. --Hudibras.

Meaning of Shrug from wikipedia

- A shrug is a gesture performed by raising both shoulders, and is a representation of an individual either being indifferent about something or not knowing...
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- The shoulder shrug (usually called simply the shrug) is an exercise in weight training used to develop the upper trapezius muscle. The lifter stands erect...
- A shrug is a gesture that indicates either indifference or lack of knowledge. "Shrug" can also refer to: Shoulder shrug, a weight training exercise Shrug...
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- muscles, the muscle it was designed to train, with shoulder shrugs. In addition to shrugs, the bar is also used for trapbar deadlift, trapbar jumps, overhead/military...