shusher

shusher

(ˈʃʊʃə)
n
a person who tends to quieten others
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So, he used the comparative form of Shush and called it Shush-tar, effectively meaning Shusher than Shush.
Examples of Polari include: Riar Shusher, meaning hairdresser, Mogue (mislead or lie), Fortuni (gorgeous) and Nanty Jaree (no drinks).
Every time the bedlam built, the Shusher slapped it down.
Baby Shusher iPhone Application Engages Natural Calming Reflex to Soothe Crying Babies
So, he called it Shushtar, using the comparative form of Shush and effectively calling the new city Shusher than Shush.
Examples of Polari include: Riar Shusher, meaning hairdresser; Mogue - meaning to mislead or lie; and Nanty Jaree, which translates as no drinks.
Sir Edmund shushes the shushers in a library, and barks at the tourists in a beached submarine.
This will help to build a great rapport with your tweens and show them that librarians are no longer the bun-wearing shushers we once were.
And that's the most annoying thing about the shushers - the Oscar-winning singer songwriter and Frames frontman has easily enough in his armoury to silence even the most boisterous audience.
The shushers increased in number and volume, and attendants moved in in a pincer movement to remove the man.
Kara Jesella, A Hipper Crowd of Shushers, New York Times, 8 July 2007, Section ST, page 1 ;http://www.