Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun Something designed to protect a surface as the shoe protects the foot.
  • noun The act or process of putting on shoes or furnishing with shoes.
  • noun Foot-covering; shoes collectively.

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  • verb Present participle of shoe.

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Examples

  • If they get the tactics wrong, they get a bollocking from Silver and a shoeing from the crowd. on February 28, 2010 at 5: 50 pm shijuro never met my c-supt …

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  • A good shoeing from the veterans would improve him no end.

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  • Still, he gets a good shoeing from the press which may cause him to be a little less self-important and pleased with himself.

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  • Still, he gets a good shoeing from the press which may cause him to be a little less self-important and pleased with himself.

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  • A great improvement has taken place in shoeing horses within the last few years, by interposing a thick piece of leather, and, in some cases, of India rubber, between the iron shoe and the hoof of the horse.

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  • Every one laughed, -- the idea of shoeing a fairy was so ridiculous!

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  • But, as a foreigner who abused the UK to go to Afghan for a bit of jihad-play, a shoeing is the If the British Government believed he was so guilty that he deserved 18 months of torture, why the hell do they now allow him back in the UK?

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  • But, as a foreigner who abused the UK to go to Afghan for a bit of jihad-play, a shoeing is the If the British Government believed he was so guilty that he deserved 18 months of torture, why the hell do they now allow him back in the UK?

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  • But, as a foreigner who abused the UK to go to Afghan for a bit of jihad-play, a shoeing is the If the British Government believed he was so guilty that he deserved 18 months of torture, why the hell do they now allow him back in the UK?

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  • But, as a foreigner who abused the UK to go to Afghan for a bit of jihad-play, a shoeing is the If the British Government believed he was so guilty that he deserved 18 months of torture, why the hell do they now allow him back in the UK?

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