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- v. Present participle of horseshoe.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The act or employment of shoeing horses.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The act or business of shoeing horses; farriery.
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He went on and traced his life in the mills, the learning of the horseshoeing trade, and his meeting with the socialists.
She wanders around the farm in her pretty new hat and I follow her to where Pappa does his horseshoeing.
Ronda and her friend Glenda Larson both hated it when voices were raised in anger, and after one session of horseshoeing with Mark, neither woman wanted to endure another.
They indulged in some serious horseshoeing and harness making, but more frequently their band earned its living amusing, and sometimes fleecing, visitors to holy sites, festivals, and fairs.
The brothers temporarily left off horseshoeing in order to watch me take their brother Wyatt down a peg.
At that all three of the horseshoeing brothers snickered.
Jim had hustled over quietly and begun to help out with the horseshoeing, expecting ridicule from the likes of Hugh Glass or old Zeke Williams, who had just arrived at the rendezvous, but, to his surprise, the fact that he was married to a woman of such pure fire produced the very opposite of the effect he had feared.
The sixth course, Advanced Master Farrier, covers more advanced techniques, emphasizes increasing speed of horseshoeing, and requires that students handmake nineteen types of shoe.
Does horseshoeing go in Animals or Craft and Trade?
Other outdoor and active careers can be found in Animals (almost any animal career can be active, and dog training, horse management, horseshoeing, and therapeutic riding instruction are often outdoors), Art and Design (garden design), and, to a limited extent, Herbology (those programs that emphasize wildcrafting).