a person who has been sheilded from the real world by some means and doesn't understand how the world in reality works. Also 9 times out of 10 will have an oppinion on these things that they know nothing of.
That girl doesn't know how it is. She is just a shelter.
by Jack T. Kelly February 05, 2009
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'To the shelter' is a phrase used in order to escape from obsessive girls, generally ex girlfriends but in some cases just general obsessiveness.
Example 1:
Girl 1: I still really like you
Guy 1: TO THE SHELTER!
Example 2:
Guy 1: Oh dude you don't wanna get with her
Guy 2: Oh, why not man?
Guy 1: I had to get my ass over to the shelter after I tapped that one
Definition 3:
Guy 1: Dude that bitch won't stop calling me!
Guy 2: Yo better get your ass to the shelter
by Three Kings of Orient July 31, 2009
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A person who has been secluded from the darkness and evils of the world. Such as war, murder, suicide, abuse, cutting, rape, amputees, disease, drug abuse, gangsters and mafias.

A person who is sheltered is usually naive, likely religious, and does not know how the world works in reality.

Sheltering your children is a terrible thing and unrecommended. It promotes unawareness and makes them more vulnerable to be taken advantage of by corrupt, evil and manipulative people.
The majority of people in America are pathetically sheltered.
by not found [Error 404] November 13, 2010
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A person who leads this kind of life is one who doesn't get out enough, is still pathetically mind-controlled by their parents and is scared shitless of them. Anything fun is presumed to be evil. Common condition in children of very religious families.
Man, what an ass...that kid must be so sheltered
by your momma December 31, 2003
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The act of sheltering your child from every “bad” thing in the world until adulthood, causing multiple social disorders.
My poor friend’s parents practice shelterism.
by Probel Chuvak August 14, 2018
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