hush; be quiet
Origin of shushechoic
to say “shush” to; tell (another) to be quiet; hush
Used to express a demand for silence.
transitive verbshushed, shush·ing, shush·es
To demand silence from by saying “shush”: “Simon shushed him quickly as though he had spoken too loudly in church” ( William Golding )
(third-person singular simple present shushes, present participle shushing, simple past and past participle shushed)