He had a scraggly beard and his once clean-shaven head was ringed by a horseshoe of graying hair.
Basketball, foosball, bocce ball—there's even a horseshoe pit.
It was a horseshoe of small diamonds of the purest water, and as Nette's eyes fastened on it she started suddenly.
There was something strangely familiar about the horseshoe curve.
The horseshoe form, with the concavity facing downwards, is an obvious and necessary consequence of this action.
The crab "able to suffice four men" could scarcely have been other than the horseshoe.
Haven't you seen a lodestone or a bit of steel in the shape of a horseshoe that will pick up a needle of its own power?
Just as they reached the horseshoe Cloisters, the alarm-bell began to ring.
In 1675 Fontana invented the horseshoe form of theater, which has not been departed from.
Love, money, or force could not procure from them a horseshoe or a horseshoe nail.
HORSE-SHOES, the game of coits, or quoits--because sometimes actually played with horse-shoes. [John Trotter Brockett, "A Glossary of North Country Words," 1829]The belief that finding a horseshoe by chance is lucky is attested from late 14c., and the practice of nailing one above a doorway to prevent a witch entering therein was common in London down to c.1800. Of a type of bend in a river, 1770, American English. As a type of crab, from 1775.