shoe

[ UK /ʃˈuː/ ]
[ US /ˈʃu/ ]
NOUN
  1. a restraint provided when the brake linings are moved hydraulically against the brake drum to retard the wheel's rotation
  2. U-shaped plate nailed to underside of horse's hoof
  3. (card games) a case from which playing cards are dealt one at a time
  4. footwear shaped to fit the foot (below the ankle) with a flexible upper of leather or plastic and a sole and heel of heavier material
VERB
  1. furnish with shoes
    the children were well shoed
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How To Use shoe In A Sentence

  • Jim had hustled over quietly and begun to help out with the horseshoeing, expecting ridicule from the likes of Hugh Glass or old Zeke Williams, who had just arrived at the rendezvous, but, to his surprise, the fact that he was married to a woman of such pure fire produced the very opposite of the effect he had feared. The Berrybender Narratives
  • It seemed to have been shoehorned into the schedules as an afterthought.
  • Tough, stylish, and super comfy, this leather slip-on is the perfect after-sport snowshoe.
  • A dried-out horseshoe crab is a delicate thing and there's no way it would survive the flight in my checked baggage. Horseshoe Crabs and the TSA
  • Even the shoes, booties with vertiginous heels, were covered in grasping little coral-like tentacles that shook as the models -- their faces abloom with gold and colorful stripes -- stomped down the catwalk. Balmain, Zac Posen, Rick Owens & Manish Arora Out Of This World In Paris (PHOTOS, POLL)
  • Polish shoes; get new heels or soles if necessary.
  • Shoes are available in many styles in fabrics which can be custom dyed to match the gown.
  • The wives showed themselves true to stereotype by forever cooking meals containing an abundance of chips and driving to shoe shops in Japanese cabriolets.
  • She was wearing a neat green shirtwaister and lace-up walking shoes. NOTHING TO WEAR AND NOWHERE TO HIDE: A COLLECTION OF SHORT STORIES
  • His critics like to joke that at 67, he still wears lifts in his shoes.
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