Shelling in a sentence as a noun

My dad's small business was shelling out thousands on AdWords per month.

Even the shelling of Yeonpyeong Island in 2010 didn't generate this much talk.

Perhaps, because China is not the US. Last time I was in Japan, kids were still shelling out $40 for CDs from their favorite pop singers.

The laws are set up so we can't do business without shelling out thousands and thousands of dollars to them monthly.

Your startup might find itself on that list pretty quick if it's in the habit of shelling out $5k for dubious data products...

I'm not suggesting people shouldn't be concerned about a fee at all - they want to know they're getting more value than they're shelling out.

****, they can't even RUN code they've written on their pocket computers without shelling out for a developers license.

I would usually babysit the reinstalls at a reduced rate, but when I wasn't interning, businesses were shelling out $150/hour for that.

If you can't read "Samsung Galaxy Tab" printed on the box before shelling out a few hundred dollars, then I consider you stupid.

Is the minor increase in convenience really worth shelling out over 6 times that amount, possibly at the expense of safety?

Not dicking around with shell metacharacters is just one of the many wins you get by not shelling out to accomplish basic programming tasks.

I paid for half a phone, my cell provider paid for the other half, and I have contracted to tie this phone to their service for two years in exchange for them shelling out that $300 up front.

One benefit is that it allows you to develop functional prototypes without shelling out for evaluation tooling of injection molds.

Thus Taiwan's strategic imperatives of building anti-shelling and counter-subterfuge capabilities.

Shelling definitions


the heavy fire of artillery to saturate an area rather than hit a specific target; "they laid down a barrage in front of the advancing troops"; "the shelling went on for hours without pausing"

See also: barrage battery bombardment