shod

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verb

a simple past tense and past participle of shoe.

Nearby words

  1. shockley,
  2. shockley, william bradford,
  3. shockproof,
  4. shockstall,
  5. shockumentary,
  6. shoddy,
  7. shoe,
  8. shoe boil,
  9. shoe is on the other foot, the,
  10. shoe leather

Related formsun·shod, adjectivewell-shod, adjective

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British Dictionary definitions for well-shod

shod

verb

the past participle of shoe
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Word Origin and History for well-shod

shod

adj.

"wearing shoes," late 14c., from Middle English past participle of shoe (v.), surviving chiefly in compounds, e.g. roughshod, slipshod, etc.

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