Examples of horseshoe in a Sentence
The lake was a horseshoe surrounded by tall pine trees.
Recent Examples of horseshoe from the Web
Poolside activities include dive-in movies, inflatable games, horseshoes, a game truck and DJs.
Rental equipment includes croquet, badminton, wiffleball, lawn games, horseshoes, frisbee, sports balls, throw down bases and a volleyball/badminton net.
Starting May 4, Fridays and Saturdays at the beer garden will feature live acoustic music as well as corn hole, bocce and horseshoes.
Workers switch back and forth between sewing machines and glue guns, trading spots around the horseshoe.
But those plans were scrapped in favor of a completely new, horseshoe-shaped, double-deck design expected to cost more than $200 million.
Olow and Gurung are both here, within 20 minutes of Ohio State University's football horseshoe, because the U.S. government has granted them safe haven.
John loved playing horseshoes, attending family picnics and his nephew's baseball games and faithfully following the NY Giants.
The street names evoke its raw early days: On Calle Oficios (trades), artisans hammered leather boots and horseshoes.
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HORSESHOE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of horseshoe for English Language Learners
: a U-shaped band of iron nailed to the bottom of a horse's hoof as a shoe
: something shaped like a horseshoe
horseshoes : a game in which players try to get horseshoes around a stake in the ground by throwing them at the stake from a certain distance
HORSESHOE Defined for Kids
Definition of horseshoe for Students
- They put the horseshoe of roses around his neck.
- —Walter Farley, The Black Stallion
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