shendship

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Etymology[edit]

From shend +‎ -ship.

Noun[edit]

shendship (uncountable)

  1. (obsolete) Disgrace.
    • 1897, Francis Burdett Thomas Coutts-Nevill Baron Latymer, King Arthur: A Trilogy of Lyrical Dramas Founded on the Morte D'Arthur of Sir Thomas Malory, page 50:
      Ever of damsels the saviour, Envying no one, nor seeking Worship by covine or shendship, Peerless in faith and in friendship!