just one word... once a day from the Owl (mood, internet and zesa dependent)
Put your shoulder to the wheel ~ Aesop
verb: shoulder; 3rd person present: shoulders; past tense: shouldered; past participle: shouldered; gerund or present participle: shouldering
1. put (something heavy) over one's shoulder or shoulders to carry.
"we shouldered our crippling backpacks and set off slowly up the hill"
take on (a burden or responsibility).
"the day-to-day work will be shouldered by an action group"
synonyms: take on, take on oneself, undertake, accept, assume
2. push (someone or something) out of one's way with one's shoulder.
"she shouldered him brusquely aside"
synonyms: push, shove, thrust, propel, jostle, elbow, force, crowd, prod, poke, nudge, knock, ram, bulldoze, sweep, bundle, hustle, hurry, rush, manhandle
"another lad shouldered him aside"
make progress by shouldering someone or something out of one's way.
"he shouldered past a woman with a baby"
S = 1 point
H = 4 points
O = 1 point
U = 1 point
L = 1 point
D = 2 points
E = 1 point
R = 1 point
Shoulder is worth at least 12 points in the game of scrabble.
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13 June 2016 08:34