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shoe in Horses topic

shoeshoe2 verb (past tense and past participle shod /ʃɒd $ ʃɑːd/, present participle shoeing) [transitive]  DSHto put a horseshoe on a horse We took the horses to be shod. shod→ See Verb table
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shoeAnd what of the horse that is to be shod?The town horses were nearly always leg-weary, and harder to shoe.He had had only one shoe, and the court heard his other shoe had been found in the Cavalier later.His large feet were shod in trainers.Bergman did observe that the young man was shod with brand new moccasins of ox hide.They were crisscrossed by canvas straps, were shod with hinged wooden clogs.Each is adorned with silken cloths and has its tusks shod with iron for the greater efficacy of killing criminals.