unshod


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un·shod

 (ŭn-shŏd′)
adj.
Not having or wearing shoes or a shoe: unshod horses.
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unshod

(ʌnˈʃɒd)
adj
not having shoes
Collins English Dictionary – Complete and Unabridged, 12th Edition 2014 © HarperCollins Publishers 1991, 1994, 1998, 2000, 2003, 2006, 2007, 2009, 2011, 2014
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.unshod - (used of certain religious orders) barefoot or wearing only sandals; "discalced friars"
faith, religion, religious belief - a strong belief in a supernatural power or powers that control human destiny; "he lost his faith but not his morality"
2.unshod - not shodunshod - not shod        
shod, shodden, shoed - wearing footgear
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Translations

unshod

[ˈʌnˈʃɒd] ADJdescalzo; [horse] → desherrado
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unshod

adj horseunbeschlagen; personbarfuß, ohne Schuhe; with unshod feetbarfuß, mit nackten Füßen
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References in classic literature ?
They were the tracks of unshod ponies, three of them, and the ponies had been galloping.
where be all those unshod Carmelites, for whom old Front-de-B uf founded the convent of St Anne, robbing his heir of many a fair rood of meadow, and many a fat field and close where be the greedy hounds now?
At last he heard a sudden rush of unshod soles across the empty blackness, and at a little distance a scuffling sound, heavy breathing, and once what he thought the muttered imprecation of a man battling against great odds.
For though, ever careless of herself, she will wander the house unshod, and tell us not to talk havers when we chide her, the sight of one of us similarly negligent rouses her anxiety at once.
Her unshod horse made no sound on the soft, sandy footing, and a little further on she heard voices proceeding from out of the grass.
Rochester's displeasure by disobeying his orders, when the light once more gleamed dimly on the gallery wall, and I heard his unshod feet tread the matting.
"Yes," replied the ape-man, "but not the sort of natives which we would expect to find here in this part of Africa where others all go unshod with the exception of a few of Usanga's renegade German native troops who wear German army shoes.
As she worked she failed to hear the scraping of naked bodies clambering over the ship's side, or the padding of unshod feet upon the deck above her.
At first considering the abundance of the guanacos, I was surprise at this; but it is explained by the stony nature of the plains which would soon disable an unshod horse from taking par in the chase.
That time is needed to cool the meadow, for these unshod Teton beasts are as tender on the hoof as a barefooted girl."
On the last day of school each May, my brothers and I would toss our shoes into the back of the closet and run unshod around the farm until September.