from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- intransitive v. To spar with an imaginary opponent, as for exercise or training purposes.
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- n. A diorama
- v. To practice moves without an actual opponent, often in front of a mirror.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- v. go through boxing motions without an opponent
I'm assuming it's permanently mounted in the "shadowbox," so no one can get stabbed by it...but what an odd thing to memorialize from this film.
I stopped in front of the last item on the wall; a sizable shadowbox.
I was surprised that the place was half-full, permitting one bouncer the space and lack of supervision to shadowbox.
I already have a 120 pound lab/st. bernard, but she's a sissy; already have fenced in yard in shadowbox style; already armed with a baseball bat at the backdoor in the mud room; and intend to go to Dundee Mich to Cabelas to get a moultrie camera based upon your suggestion.
Rich-Joseph Facun for The Wall Street Journal Joseph Serina, displaying his shadowbox from a 21-year Navy career, traded his military pension checks to investors for immediate cash The burgeoning business of investing in someone else's pension has never been easier—or more controversial and risky.
I decided to take the large shrine blank that I had made and create a shadowbox to turn these things into art.
Hammons, former State Commandant of the Marine Corps League, stands next to a framed copy of his honorable discharge from the U.S. Marine Corps in 1966 and a shadowbox holding a photo of his brother, killed in
Who can shadowbox effectively against such duplicity and dishonesty?
But what materializes out of the darkness there are shadowbox photos of Nikki.
But I get into the ring and shadowbox with a few Cuban kids.