shoed


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Adj.1.shoed - wearing footgear
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From Coventry he arrived at Daventry, from Daventry at Stratford, and from Stratford at Dunstable, whither he came the next day a little after noon, and within a few hours after Sophia had left it; and though he was obliged to stay here longer than he wished, while a smith, with great deliberation, shoed the post-horse he was to ride, he doubted not but to overtake his Sophia before she should set out from St Albans; at which place he concluded, and very reasonably, that his lordship would stop and dine.
Shoulder'd his crutch, and shoed how fields were won.
Will someone from his big shoed, red nosed regime inform him that I too have a burger on my desk, but mine is a box meal which is bigger and more powerful than his, and mine has gravy
Nothing is more pityingly graphic than the speed at which former commissioners were spewed out, the law changed to give the President powers to make appointments and pliable Archbishop Eliud Wabukala's team shoed in.
A battlefield source in Albu Kamal confirmed that the Syrian army shoed away the ISIL from the border region, and said that the government troops also cut the road linking al-Mayadeen to Albu Kamal.
You used your shoed feet as a weapon, repeatedly kicking a man on the ground.
Bordeleau was clearly furious after suffering a cut to his face, while Devils team-mate Mark Louis shoed his displeasure with a big hit which brought him a two plus 10 penalty for checking to the head.
He said the statement made by one rebel about a one-year ceasefire was not practical nor was it going to achieve peace in the country and that it was only meant for bargaining and shoed lack of desire to achieve peace.
People shoed great interest to the fish and took photos.
Amnesty blamed the rebels as well as Ukrainian military for comitting war crimes and released satellite images that shoed build-up of Russian armour and artillery in eastern Ukraine.
Millennials--83 million of them and 26 percent of the population (Baby Boomers comprise 24 percent)--are not vertically shoed into strict consumer behavior.
I can add in my own experiences, like watching the cart horse being shoed at the local smithy, or collecting coal from under the railway.