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shod

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adjective \ˈshäd\

Simple Definition of shod

  • : wearing shoes

Source: Merriam-Webster's Learner's Dictionary

Full Definition of shod

  1. 1a :  wearing footgear (as shoes)b :  equipped with tires

  2. 2 :  furnished or equipped with a shoe

Origin and Etymology of shod

Middle English, from past participle of shoen to shoe, from Old English scōgan, from scōh shoe — more at shoe


First Known Use: 13th century

Rhymes with shod

bod, clod, fade, Fahd, gaud, god, hod, mod, nod, od, odd, plod, pod, prod, quad, quod, rod, scrod, sod, squad, tod, wad


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