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shoal 1 (shōl)n.1. A shallow place in a body of water.2. A sandy elevation of the bottom of a body of water, constituting a hazard to navigation; a sandbank or sandbar.v. shoaled, shoal·ing, shoals v.intr. To become shallow: The river shoals suddenly here from eight to two fathoms.v.tr.1. To make shallow: The approach to the harbor was shoaled in the storm.2. To come or sail into a shallower part of.adj. Having little depth; shallow.[Middle English shold, shallow, shallows, from Old English sceald, shallow.]shoal 2 (shōl)n.1. A large school of fish or other aquatic animals.2. A large group; a crowd: a shoal of advisers.intr.v. shoaled, shoal·ing, shoals To come together in large numbers: The fish were shoaling.[Probably Middle Low German or Middle Dutch schōle; see skel- in Indo-European roots.]