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Common misspellings for shod

sahdow, shead, showo, shrot, siade, shedlue, shaoe, shhh, shote, shoch, shadoe, shadey, shuould, slod, shoop, stod, chold, shwo, shoo'ed, shoth, shopw, sheldo, shooe, sholud, shd, shoud, shsort, shyed, shuold, showc, shjow, shodow, sho, shok, shud, shou, shiop, shott, ashot, shodul, shiow, shehad, shado, siaid, shoert, shahid, shoulda, ashed, shoudn, shild, shonda, shor, shhet, shoold, shapd, tiold, shloud, shos, shopd, siode, sheduel, shrod, shopo, ushed, shaout, choide, shouild, showdy, thoud, shourd, echod, shund, shaodw, shatt, shoft, sherd, shouw, shodown, shorrt, ggod, shode, shuld, shewood, mmod, shoosed, wshow, thode, shti, whoud, pshed, shoet, shede, shaoudl, sshut, shiould, shved, shooot, shon, shoupd, shoc, shipd, shom, chadd, showdos, shoyld, shold, wshould, shood, shound, shoukd, toshow, shedl, shough, shotaro, shoow, shoue, shoulld, shaow, sholld, showsd, shwed, shedual, shaddow, siold, shouold, shour, chode, showr, shawt, shouro, shoeld, shaoed, shoulod, shawdow, shhot, shoota, shoued, shedd, shrowd, shide, shrud, sholdour, shdow, asherd, siaad, shoiw, ished, shudl, whod, showa, showld, tioday, shouid, shid, shoped, shoaib, shoute, siote, shopt, shjort, shop, sood, choild, shoad, schade, shoced, shouder, shoy, hesiod, shld, thord, shude, shoudl, shadwo, shuder, shov, shedueul, saod, chewd, shoted, sheid, choud, sheld, shoten, shoned, showder, siound, shortt, shaddy, shwerd, shoto, shoked, shepord, reshot, shoul'd, shome, shed, shoould, shody, arshad, shoadow, shedid, rhod, shord, pyshed, shotty, shotime, showw, dshout, sheed, showdow, phode, shodl, shawod, sydd, 90shad, shedrow, shiot, shouldi, shoddie, shegot, shotr, shockd, shudle, shaould, shoda, sheould, showdog, showrt, shouyld, shaed, syched, shouuld, shoote, shoewd, chote, shoutd, sshould, shoiuld, shoudle, shoor, shoiudl, shaid, ffod, yhot, shoude, shadt, showm, wksht, siolid, shotly, sheeet, shand, wshed, shta, shourt, choode, shory, showit, shuford, shett, show, shete, shtory, siof, choder, sheard, shota, shofur, showd, aiod, shouds, shaort, shped, shwoed, ahdd, shoip, chilod, shoild, sshow, shouod, shownd, echo'd, rashad, srod, shded, shawdo, sydow, shawda, shje, sheet1, shoee, shooz, shoo'd, sshoot, shlud, shoud've, should, shovw, shbow, showi, show'd, shenoid.

Definitions of shod

  1.   f Shoe.
  2.   Of to shoe.
  3.   wearing footgear
  4.   of Shoe
  5.   Pa. t. and pa. p. of SHOE.
  6.   Of shoe, which see.
  7.   used of certain religious orders who wear shoes
  8.   Past tense and past participle of the verb shoe.
  9.   Imp. & pp. of SHOE, v.

Antonyms for shod

barefooted, discalceate, barefoot, shoeless, stockinged, unshod, discalced, unshoed.

Usage examples for shod

  1. It seemed that Merlin was right, for just then there came to their ears the sound of iron shod hoofs in the courtyard above their heads. ” – The Eye of Wilbur Mook by H. B. Hickey
  2. “ " It is almost time for the funeral to start," he said aloud and he tried to convey by his manner that he, at any rate, had no intention of allowing her to ride rough- shod over him. ” – Who? by Elizabeth Kent
  3. “ I was gettin' my horse shod over thar at Tim Mallory's, an' I thought to myself that I'd jest drop over an' say 'howdy' to Mrs. Bottom. ” – The Miller Of Old Church by Ellen Glasgow
  4. “ A rider had come up to the forge and dismounted, leading his horse in to be re- shod – The Grey Woman and other Tales by Mrs. (Elizabeth) Gaskell
  5. There was once an Emperor who had a horse shod with gold. ” – The Art of the Story-Teller by Marie L. Shedlock
  6. At the end of the third day the last horse was shod and it only remained to get the stores and gear together, and dispose them on the different packs. ” – The Overland Expedition of The Messrs. Jardine by Frank Jardine and Alexander Jardine
  7. “ " A bunch of shod horses went down through there a few days back," Rile said. ” – The Settling of the Sage by Hal G. Evarts
  8. On a Saturday afternoon, as he visited Kennett Square to have Roger's fore- feet shod he encountered Alfred Barton at the blacksmith's shop, on the same errand. ” – The Story Of Kennett by Bayard Taylor
  9. But, just as she had one leg dressed, she sprang up with a happy thought, and stood on the shod foot like a heron while she dressed the other. ” – The Biography of a Prairie Girl by Eleanor Gates
  10. It was ten feet long, twenty inches broad, and had a kind of rail- work on each side, and was shod with bone. ” – A General History and Collection of Voyages and Travels, Volume 16 by Robert Kerr
  11. It's all over with your high and mighty ways, and riding rough- shod over everybody, and poor Miss Manvers. ” – Notwithstanding by Mary Cholmondeley
  12. But now the uneven stones of the market- place were ground under iron- shod heels. ” – Invisible Links by Selma Lagerlof
  13. Did these women know what a spatulated effect their feet so shod produce, no law would be needed. ” – Lady Baltimore by Owen Wister
  14. He was still far from shore when they drove up on the beach; and the men jumped out into the shallow water and dragged the boat higher, so that Faith, picking her way over the thwarts, could step ashore dry shod from the bow. ” – The Sea Bride by Ben Ames Williams
  15. Shoe, shod shoeing, shod – The Grammar of English Grammars by Goold Brown
  16. His friends in the water and the air have also returned to repose: all will again go on quietly and regularly, and you can travel homeward when you will, dry- shod – Undine by Friedrich de la Motte Fouque
  17. How did you happen to be shod with gold? ” – Dorothy and the Wizard in Oz by L. Frank Baum.
  18. The mules are shod and there's not a darn thing to do except start for Oregon. ” – The Lost Wagon by James Arthur Kjelgaard
  19. It would be necessary to keep these horses shod for pulling the heavily loaded wagons. ” – Dr. John McLoughlin, the Father of Oregon by Frederick Van Voorhies Holman
  20. “ I suppose you're not dressed- nor shod for a rough walk of a quarter of a mile where the car can't go? ” – Red Pepper Burns by Grace S. Richmond

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