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shod

  • v  furnish with shoes
  • a  wearing footgear
  • a  used of certain religious orders who wear shoes

  • Dressed in her signature blue-bordered sari and shod in sandals despite below-zero temperatures, the former Agnes Bojaxhiu received that ultimate worldly accolade, the Nobel Peace .
  • From the films honored, you would hardly have noticed that under the academy members' smartly shod feet, a seismic shift was taking place.
  • And our good women thus shod can't compete; in the weary, unaesthetic world of sick people they work too hard at tasks that are too unglamorous.
News & Articles

  • What really makes a man? Being a dad
    What makes a real man? Some give the well-shod answers we see in the movies and in the school yard: A man is tough, macho, bold, fearless, strong — even bulletproof sometimes.
    June 12, 2013 - KSL Salt Lake City
Quotes

  • Sir Alex Ferguson in Reuters.uk
    Do you not think we've not had interest from big clubs around Europe about our best players? Of course, we have. But they don't get into the nonsense (Real) get into,Ferguson said. "They think they can ride rough-shod over everyone, but...
  • Charles Kennedy in International Herald Tribune
    The government cannot ride rough-shod over people's instincts, people's inspirations and people's views, and we will have a major role to play in that,Kennedy said.
  • Rahul Gandhi in Hindu
    Though the Manmohan Singh Government mobilised thousands of crores of rupees for relief, it did not percolate to the needy due to bureaucratic corruption and slip-shod efforts by the State Government,Mr. Gandhi, who had visited the affected...

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