[ UK /ʃˈuːd/ ]
  1. wearing footgear
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  • Stories told by friends who can remember when the only north-south road in Idaho would be closed during bad weather, friends whose grandparents snowshoed across country. Kristine Kathryn Rusch » 2008 » September
  • I hesitate to use the word 'godlike,' because it's a little strong, but he really is a mythical figure around here," said Ben Jones, a Penn State student who covers the football team for the blog The Washington Post: National, World & D.C. Area News and Headlines - The Washington Post
  • Officials said the car was "horseshoed" around a tree. - Articles related to Driving with a pet as dangerous as texting on the go
  • Hmmmm ... un espadrille-shoed chèvre avec une barbiche! Entretenir de grands espoirs - French Word-A-Day
  • Maybe we just might see in the coming decade the first CAPPED fkn muppet headed panty waisted, goody fkn too shoed thumb sucking media & public fkn opinion pole whole of a PM TOPPED. Cheeseburger Gothic » More of a Friday Writing Thought than a Friday Writing Blog.
  • More than five million people snowshoed in 2000, according to the Outdoor industry of America.
  • Spiked blue hair and horseshoed barbell piercings in his ears, he looked like an aged barista, not a customer. Morning Joe
  • He answered me warmly that he entirely joined issue with me in such an opinion, and that he was often affected to sickishness by the snobbery of mundane society, adding that he hoped I would give him the look up at his paternal mansion in Prince's Square, Bayswater, shortly, since his people would be overjoyed at making my acquaintance, which both enraptured and surprised me, for hitherto he had ridden the high and rough-shoed horse, and employed me to suck my brains as a cat's foot. Baboo Jabberjee, B.A.
  • Has that grasping old monopolist gumshoed into town again?" inquired Washburn, and promptly ordered his secretary to get Boise on the telephone. Five Thousand an Hour : how Johnny Gamble won the heiress
  • I slow down, hobbling, with one shoed foot, the other bare. The Memory Palace
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