verb (used without object), snow·shoed, snow·shoe·ing.
Related formssnow·sho·er, noun
Examples from the Web for snow-shoe
It was a game paradise, and the snow-shoe rabbit abounded in thousands.
From the first their actions had been unaccountable, but not once had one of their snow-shoe trails crossed their trap-lines.The Wolf Hunters|James Oliver Curwood
Later still, by a few months, a small box and a snow-shoe drifted ashore.Mr. Oseba's Last Discovery|George W. Bell
Beneath a lower limb, whose fan had protected it from the falling snow, was the single clear print of a snow-shoe.The Silent Places|Steward Edward White
The snow-shoe rabbits had burrowed deep under the snow or to the heart of the heaviest windfalls.