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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of horseshoe.


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  • Officials said the car was "horseshoed" around a tree. - Articles related to Driving with a pet as dangerous as texting on the go

  • Spiked blue hair and horseshoed barbell piercings in his ears, he looked like an aged barista, not a customer.

    Morning Joe

  • It opened outside onto the second floor of a motor hotel, horseshoed around a parking lot with trucks and motor homes and a couple of square sedans.

    The Zero

  • Five minutes later I was at a gated compound that was or once had been a motel, a strip of rooms two stories tall horseshoed around a swimming pool that looked empty under the flickering sky.


  • Jem flipped his cap back on top of his head, the brim newly horseshoed.

    The Town

  • Monday night after participating in the four-day, 2,100-mile race that horseshoed through the Midwest - a race they finished in three days, thanks in part to the presence and proper utilization of tailwinds.

    The Purdue Exponent

  • From among the horseshoed caps, jerseys, steering wheel covers, bottle openers and decals, she had picked out one pair of blue-and-white knee socks. Top Stories

  • Harrington then bogeyed the 17th and when his birdie putt at the last horseshoed out he was round in 73 for two under alongside Tiger Woods, who had bogeyed the 18th for the second day running and signed for a 72.


  • Woods recovered that setback with a belated birdie at the 14th and came close to regaining the outright lead when his four-yard putt for birdie at 16 horseshoed around the hole.



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