At low spring-tide you can walk, almost dry-shod, to the other side.
With few clothes and only one pair of leaky boots it was impossible to keep warm and dry-shod.
Besides, there's the ford: I doubt you could get over it dry-shod, and I shall have to go a couple of miles round.
They went carefully up over the rocks and stones, and deposited her, dry-shod.
At low tide we could board her dry-shod; at high tide we could wade out to her.
And now, by plain dint of hard spurring and whipping, dry-shod we came where folks sometimes take shipping.
He divided the waters of the rivers Orontes and Hydaspus, by the touch of his rod, and passed through them dry-shod.
We crossed the Potomac at Williamsport, thirty miles northwest, but not dry-shod.
I crossed it dry-shod at day-break, and now, it is a cataract.
The board was put down on the mud, and they walked ashore, dry-shod.