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Correct spelling: shoe

Definition of shoe:

  1. A covering for the foot, usually of leather, of a thick species for the sole and a thinner for the uppers; a plate or rim of iron nailed to the hoof of a horse to preserve it from injury; anything like a shoe in shape or use.
  2. To furnish with or put on shoes; to cover at the bottom.
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This graph shows how "shoe" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.

Examples of usage for shoe:

  1. " I lost a fish in the Geinig Pool, after having him on for about five minutes, and I rose another in the Horse- Shoe Pool and couldn't get him to come again all I could do. – Prince Fortunatus by William Black
  2. There are shoe workers whose shoes are falling off their feet, and they are told it is because they have produced too many shoes. – The Book of Life: Vol. I Mind and Body; Vol. II Love and Society by Upton Sinclair
  3. If the theory doesn't " work"- that is, if it doesn't explain all the facts and stand all the tests- it is thrown away like a worn- out shoe – The Book of Life: Vol. I Mind and Body; Vol. II Love and Society by Upton Sinclair

Quotes for shoe:

  1. It isn't the mountains ahead to climb that wear you out; it's the pebble in your shoe.
  2. I think people are going to like my new shoes. I like them. I had a lot of success with the one last year, but this year's shoe is going to be a little different, but at the same time it's going to be a little spin -off on last year's shoe.
  3. If the shoe fits, it's too expensive.
  4. Later the Administration wanted me to actually sell all remaining surplus by running the War Assets Corporation. I said I couldn't do it without some shoe leather.
  5. So, I understand when they make a mistake and everyone at home is throwing their shoe at the television set.

Rhymes for shoe:

  1. bleu, blue, boo, brew, chew, chou, clue, coo, coup, crew, cue, dew, drew, due, ewe, few, flu, flue, glue, gnu, goo, gu, hew, hue, jew, ku, leu, lieu, loo, lu, mew, moo, mu, new, nu, pew, pu, queue, ru, rue, shew, shoo, shrew, sioux, skew, slew, spew, stew, strew, sue, through, too, true, two, view, who, woo, wu, yew, yue, zhou, zoo, blew, doo, flew, glew, grew, gue, hewe, hoo, knew, lew, q, que, rew, tew, thew, threw, thru, trew, tue, u, whew, you, yu, fu, pooh, pugh, hugh, lou, dru, crewe, pru, prue, chu, douwe, du, ju, lue, shu, soo, stu, thuy, tu, uwe, xu, zhu, su, foo, do, poo, vue, liu, ou, hu, pou, ooh, vu, beu, phu, hsu, qu, hou, chiu, cou, jue, kew, koo, kyu, yoo, zue, joo, siew, xue, coups, phew, screw;
  2. accrue, adieu, ado, ague, anew, askew, babu, baku, bamboo, canoe, cebu, construe, debut, ensue, eschew, fondue, imbue, kazoo, kwangju, m2, miscue, outdo, peru, pursue, redo, renew, review, revue, shampoo, subdue, taboo, tattoo, tatu, undo, undue, untrue, urdu, wahoo, into, outgrew, perdue, unglue, withdrew, fitzhugh, leroux, larue, reto, c2, zanu, abou, cat-2, liou, purdue, ragu, mchugh;
  3. depardieu, hitherto, iou, kangaroo, katmandu, misconstrue, overdo, overdue, timbuktu, overthrew, byu, isu, suu;
  4. hullabaloo, kalamazoo;
  5. dfw;
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