Definition of Shoeing
1. Verb. (present participle of shoe) ¹
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Definition of Shoeing
1. shoe [v] - See also: shoe
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Shoeing
Literary usage of Shoeing
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Special Report on Diseases of the Horse by United States Bureau of Animal Industry (1911)
"shoeing. By JOHN W ADAMS, AB, V M. Professor of Surgery and'Lecturer on shoeing, Veterinary Department, University of Pennsylvania. ..."
2. Special Report on Diseases of the Horse by United States Bureau of Animal Industry, John William Adams, Adolph Eichhorn, Maurice Crowther Hall, William Heyser Harbaugh, Allen Anderson Holcombe, Rush Shippen Huidekoper, James Law, Leonard Pearson, Alexander François Augustin Liautard, Charles B. (1916)
"Bad and indifferent shoeing so frequently leads to diseases of the feet and in irregularities of gait, which may render a horse unserviceable, ..."
3. Frank Forester's Horse and Horsemanship of the United States and British by Henry William Herbert (1857)
"His plan of shoeing is indisputably correct, founded on scientific ... When it is considered how much of foot lameness is due to ignorant shoeing, ..."
4. Horses & Stables by Frederic Wellington Fitzwygram (1911)
"Directions to Farrier for shoeing ordinary Fore-feet. 989. ... shoeing. In the present chapter I shall endeavour to avoid all crotchets, and shall treat ..."
5. An Encyclopædia of Agriculture: Comprising the Theory and Practice of the by John Claudius Loudon (1826)
"The shoeing of Horses. 5925. The importance of the. subject of shoeing to ... It is, he continues, plain that the principles of shoeing ought to be those ..."
6. Science and Art: Systems, Institutions and Statistics of Scientific by Henry Barnard (1872)
"shoeing.—A short sketch of the anatomy and physiology of the hoof. ... shoeing diseased hoofs. shoeing in abnormal positions and for irregular paces. ..."
7. The Horse: With a Treatise of Draught and a Copious Index by William Youatt (1831)
"shoeing as seldom as may be, and with a light, yet wide concave web; little or no paring at the time of shoeing, with as little violent work as possible, ..."