What Does Shafted Mean?


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The word "shafted" is an adverb that refers to something as being furnished with some sort of shaft or a number of shafts. It is also used to refer to something as having a shaft and is generally spoken of in reference to a spear where the body and head are of different and distinct tinctures. Shafted is also a slang term used to refer to unfair, rude or harsh treatment. The word is related to the word shaft and thus is taken from the Middle English and derived from the Old English word "sceaft".

Shafted was also the name of a game show seen on ITV1. It was a British quiz program which was presented by host Robert Kilroy Silk. The show had a very short history of just four shows before being discontinued. It aired in the year 2001.

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