1. a gesture involving the shoulders
1. raise one's shoulders to indicate indifference or resignation
He gave a shrug of the shoulders.
He celebrated with a shrug and a jog in front of the now silent Levski fans.
This great shrug has black rosettes at the end.
With a shrug, he went out of the room.
After listening to the young man's account, he shrugged him shoulders and left a shrug.
Joey and Monica look at each other and shrug.
Coach Phil Jackson could only shrug and smile.
So a shrug of her shoulders she tackled the advertising assignment she needed to complete.
Now he seems determined to shrug off such worries.
He meant to shrug her off but he ended up clinging to her instead.
The two look at each other, shrug and exchange sandwiches.
Never give me a smile, or even a shrug.
It is wrong to shrug off this kind of disease.
She dances in a ring of fire And throw off the challenge with a shrug.
Never rat. If your parents ask about bruises, shrug.
Shrug your shoulders! Teddy Bear. Shrug your shoulders! Teddy Bear.
It took me a long time to shrug off the effect of a drug.
You showed me your love, you a shrug.
Let's shrug and say, " I like the way you tried so hard. "
I can leave with a cheerful shrug and never look back.
I suspect the vast majority of the population will simply shrug and go about their lives.
You tend to thrive on your own and shrug off most affection.
She brushed off every suggestion with a shrug and raised eyebrows.
As usual they would cast the blame upon the woman and shrug at the man's guilt.
He shrug his low opinion of the occupant of the room.
He gave a feeble shrug and tried to squirm free.
Erica made a little deprecating shrug.
Mme Arlette gave a Gallic shrug.
"I suppose so," said Anna with a shrug.
shrug sth off/aside
shrug sb/sth off/away
To minimize the importance of
shrugged off the defeat and talked about tonight's game.
To get rid of
shrug off a burden.
To wriggle out of (clothing).
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