Examples of horseshoe in a Sentence
The lake was a horseshoe surrounded by tall pine trees.
Recent Examples of horseshoe from the Web
The company also will construct a fitness area, various walking paths and courts for horseshoes, bocce ball and bean bags.
There's also an archery range, horseshoe pit, and wedding reception site.
Also planned were a waterslide, playground, swimming pool, volleyball, horseshoes and other activities traditionally held at campgrounds, according to an IndyStar article written about the project in 2015.
Colin McIlvaine’s simple set of artificial grass, with a table and a few chairs, doubles as various indoor rooms and a golf course, with the audience seated in a horseshoe around it.
Registration for the horseshoe pitching at Rockfield Park begins at 8 a.m. and the contest starts at 8:30 a.m.
Activities include penny carnival, horseshoe tournament, face painting and inflatables.
Beat the heat Bring the kids and spend the day splashing in the outdoor pool, with horseshoes and a five-hole putting green just steps away.
Before pneumatic tyres, city streets were full of the deafening clang of metal-rimmed wheels and horseshoes on stone.
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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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