How To Use Unshod In A Sentence

  • She stopped as she heard the slow click of unshod hooves on the cobblestone inside the gates.
  • ‘Oh,’ Rebecca said, looking down at her unshod foot and smiling.
  • Her unshod horse made no sound on the soft, sandy footing, and a little further on she heard voices proceeding from out of the grass. Chapter 22
  • It is better for a horse's hoof to be left unshod if possible.
  • Thus the small toes of the habitually unshod be come stronger and bigger than those of the habitually shod.
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  • Vibrations from instruments such as the talking drum or the didgeridoo, or even from foot-stomping dances, may have spoken volumes to distant, unshod listeners.
  • All it did was tear the flesh of her fingers and her unshod left foot. THE QUEST FOR K
  • Until this time, a primitive plow was arduously pulled through rough ground by an unshod horse with a strap across its windpipe.
  • His blood ran cold when he saw the imprint of what looked to be several unshod hoof prints in the few patches of sand.
  • Where the sun has hit their lizard skin and dried them from the outside in and stopped the pitter patter din of feet so fine and the unshod shins of what had tried to be Path
  • We could wind up with a country where nothing is manufactured but guns, and we'll be standing around in tattered loincloths, freezing and unshod next to our rusting out-of-gas SUV's clutching our empty black rifles. On Sotomayor and Your Guns
  • She spun on her unshod heel and began walking away.
  • Until this time, a primitive plow was arduously pulled through rough ground by an unshod horse with a strap across its windpipe.
  • Those lining the street, to a child, were unshod.
  • He was unshod and was sitting on a chair near the window.
  • They were half-naked it was summer in Houston, so they wore simple breechclouts, they did ride mustangs that were small, unshod, scrawny, and unattractive by European standards. EMPIRE OF THE SUMMER MOON
  • The unshod hooves of the horses deftly maneuvered their way across the soft earth next to the bright, clear river.
  • But in a perfect environment on a perfect surface, then an unshod foot is probably the best way to go.
  • Hedda is always in a pink slip, sometimes covered with a loose black robe, and generally unshod.
  • He scratched the back of his calf with an unshod foot -- it would have needed a shipyard to build it a shoe. INSTRUMENTS OF DARKNESS
  • The door opened by a push of Carolina's unshod foot. Carolina Grüber: I
  • Watson notes the importance for Kutjungka people of being unshod, walking bare-footed on the land, and most especially dancing bare-footed, and of spending a lot of time sitting or lying on the ground.
  • She would have run off, if I had let her - I caught her one day heading for the thistled horse paddocks; after that I kept her tender feet unshod and let the bindi-eyes do the policing with their peculiarly masculine and wordless perseverance.
  • Unemployed single mother of two, Carol Hendricks, said her son Christopher was told by Van Eck yesterday to go home because his feet were unshod.
  • When the weather's right and the streets are safe, though, I just can't help but to spread my toes and go unshod.
  • The footprints were remarkably similar to the kind that would have been left by a small, unshod human being, but they were dated at 3.5 million years.
  • Vibrations from instruments such as the talking drum or the didgeridoo, or even from foot-stomping dances, may have spoken volumes to distant, unshod listeners.
  • I stepped out onto the muddy bank; it was churned with many hoofprints, all unshod that I could distinguish. Zombies vs. Unicorns
  • In August 1994, at the Khat Moorat foundation ceremony, a pair of Indian sandals were placed at Pundit Shukla's feet to mark the fulfillment of his work after he had walked unshod for two years.
  • Going unshod may have been par for the course on the road to Damascus, but it's no way to travel the A162 to Tadcaster.
  • A factory document of 1743 reveals that a series of holy water stoups had been commissioned by the nuns in the Royal Convent of Unshod Carmelites in Madrid.
  • It took another step, but instead of a paw, an unshod human foot trod upon the ground.
  • At the end of each day, Ghulam Sakhib, Wahid, David, and I would find an eatery where unshod patrons sat on a wooden table-stage. Peace Meals
  • Stuff like: feeding the hungry, educating the poor, clothing the naked, shoeing the unshod, etc. Think Progress » Archdiocese responds to controversy over its decision to kick children with lesbian parents out of school.

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