Definition of Shoers

1. Noun. (plural of shoer) ¹



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Definition of Shoers

1. shoer [n] - See also: shoer

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Shoers

shoelike
shoemaker
shoemaker's last
shoemakers
shoemaking
shoepac
shoepack
shoepacks
shoepacs
shoepeg
shoepeg corn
shoepegs
shoeprint
shoeprints
shoer
shoers (current term)
shoes
shoeshine
shoeshine boy
shoeshine boys
shoeshiner
shoeshiners
shoeshines
shoeshop
shoeshops
shoesmith
shoesmiths
shoestring
shoestring catch
shoestring catches

Literary usage of Shoers

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1. Hints to Horse-keepers: A Complete Manual for Horsemen; Embracing by Henry William Herbert (1863)
"... with so much conceit of their knowledge, as do ordinary horse-shoers; and it should be one of the first duties of the horse owner to inform himself of ..."

2. American Horses and Horse Breeding: A Complete History of the Horse from the by John Dimon (1895)
"... Shoeing horses — First introduced into England AD 1060 — Requirements of public shoers — Injuries by bad shoeing — Leveling and balancing — No foot, ..."

3. Hints to Horse-keepers: A Complete Manual for Horsemen; Embracing how to by Henry William Herbert, François Baucher (1865)
"... with so much conceit of their knowledge, as do ordinary horse-shoers; and it should be one of the first duties of the horse owner to inform himself of ..."

4. The Ohio Nisi Prius Reports by Ohio Courts (1904)
"Master Horse-shoers Protective Assn. [Vol. I, NS 3. And such a combination is not saved from the effect of this principle by the fact that these employers ..."

5. Annual Report of the American Bar Association: Including Proceedings of the by American Bar Association (1899)
"A " Horse-shoers Board of Examiners " is required to examine, register and license all horse-shoers in cities. ..."

6. The Californian Illustrated Magazine by Charles Frederick Holder, Edward James Livernash (1893)
"Dope " is regarded as the main thing in a test of speed, and many snow-shoers are famous for the wondrous '' dope' they have made. ..."

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