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- n. One who fits shoes to the feet.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One who fits shoes to the feet; one who furnishes or puts on shoes.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who furnishes or puts on shoes; especially, a blacksmith who shoes horses.
During World War I, Enzo was a blacksmith and mule-shoer for the Italian army.
Me thinks the braidal shoer cake is for me lassie, Bri!
It makes one wonder if the braid for whom the braidal shoer was thrown was the same lady who had the gril.
Is it just me is or is the rest of the braidal shoer picture been swirled?
In Colorado, rescuers are looking for a snow-shoer who disappeared on a solo outing.
“Mountain of the Maker,” the artificer par excellence, that is, the blacksmith: it is so called from a legendary shoer of horses and mules, who lived there possibly in the days before
Professional careers were generally shoer than business ones.
As Benteen neared the stable, he saw the gimpy-legged man holding a bald-faced roan for the shoer.
As in Grimm, the three skilled brothers in the French tale are a barber, a horse-shoer, and
One description of herb given to a horse prevents the horse-shoer pricking the animal's feet; and another, put into a man's shoes, enables him to travel more than forty miles a day without becoming wearied.
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