Examples of horseshoe in a Sentence
The lake was a horseshoe surrounded by tall pine trees.
Recent Examples of horseshoe from the Web
The one room has only stools around a white, minimalist horseshoe rectangular bar where servers will slide out sandwiches like smoked salmon on a croissant or stewed beef neck with avocado.
Original owners Jo Ann and H.D. Bussey provided family entertainment, including kiddie rides, horseshoe pitching and a dance pavilion with live music.
Tidbit: Every branch has an ox yoke and a horseshoe over the door and a traffic light over the restrooms.
Nothing can prepare you for seeing a boy with his spine bent like a horseshoe after being thrown to the ground by a Myanmar soldier.
Next spring, plans are to build horseshoe pits and plant a vegetable garden.
The Cowboys' 6-foot-5 sophomore quarterback Evan Prater, whose older brother Garyn plays at Ohio State, looks like the next big-time signal caller to wear the horseshoes on his helmet.
False River is a lake about 16 miles long in roughly the shape of a horseshoe.
The interior, anchored by two giant horseshoe bars with 16 taps each, looks like a sleek, industrial-themed beer hall.
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First Known Use of horseshoe
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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