Etymology
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shirr (v.)

"to gather (cloth) on parallel threads," 1860 (implied in shirring), back-formation from shirred (1847), from shirr (n.) "elastic webbing," of unknown origin.

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Definitions of shirr

shirr (v.)
bake (eggs) in their shells until they are set;
shirr the eggs
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