horseshoe

[ hawrs-shoo, hawrsh- ]SEE DEFINITION OF horseshoe

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Then he remembered his scarf, and attended to the horseshoe pin that adorned it.

There was not a barn or byre in the district that had not its horseshoe over the door.

He declared I did it purposely and pitched the horseshoe into the street.

There was something strangely familiar about the horseshoe curve.

The Horseshoe Fall wore its cliff back 335 ft. in about 63 years.

The crab "able to suffice four men" could scarcely have been other than the horseshoe.

It was called the Horseshoe from the shape of its first dining-room.

Just as they reached the Horseshoe Cloisters, the alarm-bell began to ring.

Love, money, or force could not procure from them a horseshoe or a horseshoe nail.

Let us have a look at this: they are the marks of the horseshoe we have lost for some time.

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