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  • s  having or keeping the feet or shoes dry
    a land bridge over which man and beasts could have crossed dry-shod

  • Purpose: to enable the boat to crunch through driftwood, bounce over logs, hurdle narrow land spits, climb a beach and land a party dry-shod, wham up on a sloping concrete sea .
  • But in either case, says Toynbee, she will only transform her lake into a road and let in the "landlubber dry-shod.
  • Barges were coming in to Japanese jetties now, landing the troops dry-shod.

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