hoof hoof  /ˈhuf/


  1. (n) the foot of an ungulate mammal
  2. (n) the horny covering of the end of the foot in ungulate mammals
  3. (v) walk
  4. (v) dance in a professional capacity



  1. But his left hind hoof, uninjured in the Preakness, continued to re-grow after surgery removed 80% of it.
  2. I mean, the Crocit looks like a plastic hoof.
  3. Its bar will be in a separate room, away from the scornful stares of the dress circle, so that customers can take their drinks on the hoof without feeling they are social outcasts.


  1. Reasons to Keep Horse Racing on Radar After Triple Crown Season

    This spring’s Triple Crown season is now in the books, but there are plenty of good reasons to keep horse racing on your radar for the remainder of the year. While most sports fans focus on the Kentucky Derby, Preakness and Belmont Stakes, there is non-stop racing action nearly every day. Every day there is heart-stopping, hoof-thundering horse racing action, and plenty of racetracks throughout ...
    on June 13, 2013     Source: Bleacher Report

  2. Junior makes his mark at Wyman Living History Museum

    Clyde the Elk has some big hoof-prints to fill, but Junior is up to the task.
    on June 10, 2013     Source: Craig Daily Press

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  1. "So far he does not encourage confidence in his understanding of policy, appearing as he does in the short term to be making policy pronouncements on the hoof depending on who he wishes to appease at any one moment," Pityana said at the Law...
    on Mar 31, 2008 By: Barney Pityana Source: Mail & Guardian Online

  2. "The way he went this morning, he was a little bit off on his left front," said Pletcher, who sent Behindatthebar out for a gallop at 6 am "It appears that he's got a foot bruise in the inside corner of his left front hoof. It's unfortunate...
    on May 16, 2008 By: Todd Pletcher Source: Boston Herald

  3. "They (the supermarkets) will be called upon to explain the pricing structure and we will be able to examine from the hoof through to the retail shelf so we can ascertain whether or not there is anti-competitive bargaining," Mr McGauran said....
    on Nov 27, 2006 By: Peter McGauran Source: The Age

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