(of a person) Be wearing shoes of a specified kind
his large feet were shod in sneakers
Protect (the end of an object such as a pole) with a metal shoe
the four wooden balks were each shod with heavy iron heads
Fit a tire to (a wheel)
A covering for the foot, typically made of leather, with a sturdy sole and not reaching above the ankle
Something resembling a shoe in shape or use, in particular
A drag for a wheel
A socket, esp. on a camera, for fitting a flash unit or other accessory
A metal rim or ferrule, esp. on the runner of a sled
A box from which cards are dealt in casinos at baccarat or some other card games
footwear shaped to fit the foot (below the ankle) with a flexible upper of leather or plastic and a sole and heel of heavier material
furnish with shoes; "the children were well shoed"
(card games) a case from which playing cards are dealt one at a time
horseshoe: U-shaped plate nailed to underside of horse's hoof
brake shoe: a restraint provided when the brake linings are moved hydraulically against the brake drum to retard the wheel's rotation
(shoes) place: a particular situation; "If you were in my place what would you do?"
A shoe is an item of footwear intended to protect and comfort the human foot while doing various activities. Shoes are also used as an item of decoration. The design of shoes has varied enormously through time and from culture to culture, with appearance originally being tied to function. ...
HOSE (aka H.O.S.E or S.H.O.E.) is a term used for playing a mixed game of poker consisting of four different poker games.
A dealing shoe or dealer's shoe is a gaming device, mainly used in casinos, to hold multiple decks of playing cards. The shoe allows for more games to be played by reducing the time between shuffles and less chance of dealer cheating. ...
Shoe is an American comic strip about a motley crew of newspapermen, all of whom are birds. It was written and drawn by its creator, cartoonist Jeff MacNelly, from 1977 until his death in 2000. It has since been continued by Chris Cassatt, Gary Brookins and Susie MacNelly.
This is a list of episodes for the stop-motion television series Robot Chicken.
The Shoe is a hamlet in the parish of North Wraxall, in the north-west of Wiltshire in England. It is situated a few miles north of Bath, at the junction of the Fosse Way (the old Roman road running from Exeter to Lincoln) and the A420 (running from Bristol to Oxford).
(Shoeing) Horses and ponies which are ridden a lot and over hard ground and tarmac wear metal horseshoes on each of their hooves. Horseshoes must be replaced every four to six weeks because, like your nails, the hooves grow continuously
(shoes) made of leather; a necessity that was often scarce in the South
(8. Shoes) a form of footwear which provides protective covering. For the purpose of these definitions, the term shoe includes but is not limited to, shoes, boots, slippers, sandals.
(SHOES) Your position in life; the condition of your chosen direction / Needing to seize opportunities when they present themselves (if the shoe fits); viewing something from a different perspective (in their shoes); taking over for someone else (filling their shoes); etc. ...
(Shoes) Because acceleration across the court is so important, players need excellent grip with the floor at all times. ...
(Shoes) Holds the tensioners or hooks to the pot.
(Shoes) Large/ expensive rims on a car
(Shoes) Low or high topped shoes are used. The mid-soles are made out of wood or rubber, and the uppers out of leather or suede.
(Shoes) Never walk in one shoe, or one slipper, etc., otherwise one of your parents will die (Minsk).
(Shoes) Purposely designed in specific shapes and with sticky rubber soles to make climbing feel easier. Usually would have fit comfortably when you were ten.
(Shoes) The city of Marikina is famed for its traditional show factories, and this is by far the best place to buy ready to wear shoes or order unique creations to measure.
(Shoes) The merchant thinks Chakotay and Paris are men of commerce since they have such fine shoes; the merchant gives Chakotay and Paris ears to wear in exchange for Paris's shoes; a beggar recites the last verse of the Song of the Sages in exchange for Chakotay's shoes. (False Profits)
(Shoes) To dream of seeing your shoes ragged and soiled, denotes that you will make enemies by your unfeeling criticisms. To have them blacked in your dreams, foretells improvement in your affairs, and some important event will cause you satisfaction. ...