Miss Manning stamped her shapely, well-shod foot petulantly.
And Susan tapped the pavement with a well-shod boot and showed her white teeth.
But finding soon another roadBeneath his well-shod feet, The snorting boast began to trot,Which gall'd him in his seat.
Miss Pierce stamped a well-shod foot in memory of her manifold wrongs.
We could see, without taking a step beyond the doorway, traces of a well-shod foot in the dust lying thickly on every tread.
"I have been trying to get my arch up," continued Josie, sticking out her own well-shod little foot.
The prints of a well-shod horse would be unmistakable, and with this thought he grew more patient, and waited on.
"All these were made by well-shod horses," said the sergeant, after examining the tracks critically.
The people at the wayside stations are all well-dressed and well-shod.
Her small, well-shod feet were marvellous to him; likewise her exquisite silken ankles.