American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- v. Past tense and a past participle of shoe.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Preterit and past participle of shoe.
- A dialectal preterit of shed.
GNU Webster's 1913
- f shoe.
- adj. wearing footgear
- adj. used of certain religious orders who wear shoes
“They are very healthy, well dressed, well shod, that is obvious.”
“The first thing to do with a griffin is to get him shod, which is not quite so simple a matter as one might imagine, for he has hitherto never passed through the farrier's hands and will be certain to fiercely object.”
“If you see anybody fitting this description riding a bicycle shod "shod" is bicycle review speak for "palping" with regard to wheels with white tires, call the authorities immediately.”
“No, I said "shod" I meant, people should be properly shod.”
“As for the rest, time, place, state, since they are easily intelligible, I say no more about them than was said at the beginning, that in the category of state are included such states as 'shod',”
“But this is enough to sustain the heaviest man upon the softest snow, and an Indian thus "shod" will skim over the surface like a skater.”
“Their results showed that "shod" runners tended to strike the ground with their heel first.”
“Invariably, said vanishing is accompanied by red lights in the ocean and sightings of strange figures emerging from the surf wearing "shod" feet and "miner's helmets.”
“Instead of high-tech tools, our agricultural ancestors used a "shod" shovel with an extra-large blade.”
“Magda looked what my old Gran called Sunday shod, meaning respectable on the surface but don’t take too much on trust.”
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