In addition to Webster's fine definition, it can additionally mean to have a shell removed, as in "I shelled all of the clams, shall I start on the escargo?".

Also:
To have cannon drop rounds on a position. "Our position was strong until we started to get shelled by the enemy."

Shelled (?), a. Zool.

Having a shell.

 

© Webster 1913.

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